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Transatlantic Must-Reads
November 16th, 2017
 Climate, Defense, Denmark, Digital, Eastern Europe, EU, Europe, France, Germany, Migration, Poland, Regulatory Power, Russia, Trade, Turkey, US

Featured CTR Commentary

Trade - On transatlantic trade, Trump is all bluster, no bite — so far, Emily Schultheis and Matthew Karnitschig, Politico
Turkey/US - Turkey-U.S. Relations: Strategic Ambivalence and Enduring Partnership, Kilc Bugra Kanat,
in Sasha Toperich and Aylin Ünver Noi, eds, Turkey and the Transatlantic Community

Europe/US - Living with Trump, Leslie Vinjamuri, The World Today

EU/Eastern Europe - Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova could join customs union and Schengen area, European Parliament says, Jon Stone, The Independent
EU/Poland - European Union Chastises Poland, and Draws a Sharp Rebuke, Rick Lyman, New York Times 
Germany/Poland - When German power meets Polish nationalism, Philip Stephens, Financial Times

EU/Regulatory Power - Why the whole world feels the ‘Brussels effect’, Alan Beattie, Financial Times
EU/Russia - The EU Global Strategy: Implications for Russia, Egmont/Institute of Europe, Russian Academy of Sciences 
Climate - China, Europe climate buddy act flounders, Sara Stefanini and Kalina Oroschakoff, Politico
Climate - America’s Pledge: Phase 1 Report - States, Cities, and Businesses in the United States Are Stepping Up on Climate Action, Bloomberg Philanthropies
Migration - Building a Mosaic: The Evolution of Canada’s Approach to Immigrant Integration, Andrew Griffith, Migration Policy Institute

Digital - Leveraging the disruptive power of artificial intelligence for fairer opportunities, Makada Henry-Nickie, Brookings 
Digital - The Pandora’s Box of the Digital Age, Carl Bildt, Project Syndicate
Defense/EU - The EU’s New Defense Pact: Marginal Gains, Tomáš Valášek, Carnegie Europe
EU/Denmark/France - Macron’s reforms: Lessons from Denmark, Lars Løkke Rasmussen, Politico Europe
Germany - Unrepresentative Democracy, Bettina Vestring, Berlin Policy Journal

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