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Transatlantic Must-Reads
April 30th, 2018
 China, Defense, Digital, Economy, Energy, EU, Europe, France, Germany, Italy, Korea, NATO, Russia, Trade, Ukraine, US
Korea - Peace in Korea? What You Need to Know about the Koreas Summit and the Trump-Kim Summit, Victor Cha, Center for Strategic & International Studies
Korea/Germany - What North and South Korea can learn from German reunification, James Goldgeier, The Washington Post
Germany/Defense - Germany to miss Nato defence spending pledge, Guy Chazan, Financial Times
Italy/EU - Will Italy Leave the E.U.? Bepe Severgini, The New York Times
US/France/Germany - Flattering Donald Trump reaps scant reward for Macron and Merkel, Jeremy Shapiro, Financial Times
Trade - Donald Trump’s trade war with Europe looks inevitable, Wolfgang Münchau, Financial Times
Trade/Digital - Globalization Is Not in Retreat: Digital Technology and the Future of Trade, Susan Lund & Laura Tyson, Foreign Affairs
US/Europe - The Fracturing of the Transatlantic Community, Andrew C. Michta, The American Interest
China/US/Europe - Under Pressure: The Growing Reach of Chinese Influence Campaigns in Democratic Societies, Harry Krejsa, Center for a New American Security
US - Time for a New U.S. Foreign Policy Narrative, Ian Bremmer & Joe Kennedy III, Foreign Affairs
US/Europe - The “European Approach” to Fighting Disinformation: Lessons for the United States, Bradley Hanlon, The German Marshall Fund of the United States
EU - The EU Must Stop Funding Illiberalism, Guy Verhofstadt, Project Syndicate
Russia - Shell game: It is time to shine the light on Russian dark money, Edward Lucas, Center for European Policy Analysis
Ukraine/Economy - From Legacy to Digital: Ukraine’s Plugged-in Economy, Andrei Kirilenko & Tetyana Tyshchuk, Atlantic Council
Energy - Oil at $75: five factors driving the price, David Sheppard, Financial Times

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