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Transatlantic Must-Reads
February 7th, 2018
 Balkans, Defense, Economy, Energy, EU, Europe, France, Germany, Iran, NAFTA, Russia, UK, Ukraine, US

Featured CTR Commentary
UK/US/Europe -  The Brexit Detour: Navigating Britain’s Changing Role in the North Atlantic Space, in Creating the North Atlantic Marketplace for Jobs and Growth: Three Paths, One Detour, A U-Turn, and the Road to Nowhere, Daniel S. Hamilton, CTR
Europe - Changing Economic Fortunes for Americans: Implications for Foreign Policy, Edward Alden, in Domestic Determinants of Foreign Policy in the European Union and the United States, Daniel S. Hamilton and Teija Tiilikainen, eds., CTR and FIIA
Germany - 5 takeaways on German coalition deal, Matthew Karnitschnig, Politico EU
Germany - Papa don't preach: Germany is the leading breaker of EU rules, Martin Greive, Handelsblatt Global
EU/Balkans - A Way Forward for the Balkans? Florian Bieber, Foreign Affairs
Defense - How to Defend the West, Colin Dueck, National Review
Iran/US - Iran pledges commitment to nuclear accord even if US withdraws, Najmeh Bozorgmehr, Financial Times
US/Europe/Energy - What’s Good for Russian Gas Is Good for America, Brenda Shaffer, Foreign Policy
US/France - The U.S.–France Special Relationship after a Year of Trump, Alexandra de Hoop Scheffer and Martin Quencez, GMF
Economy/NAFTA - A threat that could upend the economy, Lance Fritz, The Washington Post
Economy/US - Ignore the Stock Market. The Economy Looks Fine. Neil Irwin, The New York Times
Economy - Where Are the Start-Ups? Loss of Dynamism Is Impeding Growth, Eduardo Porter, The New York Times
Ukraine/Russia - Russia and Ukraine: More similar than either wants to admit, Anders Åslund, bne IntelliNews

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