Tuesday, June 30, 2020
Arctic, China, Europe, Germany, Nuclear, Russia, Ukraine, US

The Transatlantic Must-Reads will return in September. Here’s to a safe and healthy summer!

Featured Discussion
How Can Russia Get Back to Europe? Andrey Kortunov, Daniel Hamilton and Slawomir Debski, PISM/Transatlantic Leadership Network


US - From pandering to Putin to abusing allies and ignoring his own advisers, Trump's phone calls alarm US officials, Carl Bernstein, CNN
US - How a Great Power Falls Apart, Charles King, Foreign Affairs
US/Russia - How revelations of Russian bounties in Afghanistan could escalate the US-Russia feud, David A. Wemer featuring John E. Herbst, Daniel Fried, Omar Samad, Debra Cagan, Alexander Vershbow, James B. Cunningham and Steven Pifer, Atlantic Council 
Russia/Nuclear - Escalation Management and Nuclear Employment in Russian Military Strategy, Michael Kofman and Anya Loukianova Fink, War on the Rocks
Russia/Arctic - The nuclearisation of the Russian Arctic: new reactors, new risks, Sherri Goodman and Katarina Kertysova, European Leadership Network

Ukraine - Six years after Ukraine’s Euromaidan: reforms and challenges ahead, Marek Dabrowski, Marta Domínguez-Jiménez and Georg Zachmann, Bruegel
US/China - Five critiques of the Trump administration’s China strategy, Zack Cooper, War on the Rocks
US/China - Why US-China supply chain decoupling will be more of a whimper than a bang, Yukon Huang and Jeremy Smith, South China Morning Post
US/China/Europe - Dealing with the Dragon: China as a Transatlantic Challenge, a joint report of Bertelsmann Stiftung’s Program Germany and Asia, The Asia Society Center on U.S.-China Relations, China Policy Program at George Washington University
Germany German government endorses ECB bond-buying bid after courts clash, Deutsche Welle
Germany - The Enabling Power: Germany’s European Imperative, Tobias Bunde and Sophie Eisentraut, Munich Security Brief

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