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Transatlantic Must-Reads
October 26th, 2017
Arms Control, Eastern Europe, Eurozone, EU, Iran, Japan, Middle East, NATO, Russia, Trade



NATO NATO’s Shaky Return to Collective Defense, John R. Deni, Carnegie Europe
The missing pieces of the euro architecture, Gregory Claeys, Bruegel
Arms Control -   
Cruising Toward Oblivion: Does the INF Treaty have a Future? Douglas Barrie, European Leadership Network
U.S.-Russia Economic Relations: Myths and Realities, Vadim Grishin, CSIS
Trade/Investment -
230 Law and Economics Professors Urge President Trump to Remove Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) From NAFTA and Other Pacts
EU/Eastern Europe - EU Policy Options towards Post-Soviet De Facto States, Urban Jakša, PISM
Eastern Europe -
The visa-free 3D effect: Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine, Stanislav Secrieru, ISS
Middle East -
The Iranian–Saudi Hegemonic Rivalry, Ali Fathollah-Nejad​, Belfer Center
Iran/EU/US -
The coming clash: Why Iran will divide Europe from the United States, Ellie Geranmayeh, ECFR
Japan -
After election success, Japan’s leader takes aim at pacifism, The Economist

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