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Transatlantic Must-Reads
February 21st, 2018
 China, Digital, Economy, Europe, Germany, Global, NATO, Nuclear, Poland, Security, Turkey, UK, US

CTR Commentary
US/Europe/Economy - Is there life After TTIP? The future of transatlantic economic relations, Daniel S. Hamilton, Bruegel
Turkey - The West’s Turkey Conundrum, Amanda Sloat, Brookings
NATO/Nuclear - An Essential Alliance: NATO and the nuclear sharing bond, Daniel Marriott, UK Defence Journal
UK - Britain’s road to becoming the EU’s Canada, Martin Wolf, Financial Times
Germany - Germany won’t become the ‘leader of the free world’ after all, and the Germans don’t mind, Rick Noack, The Washington Post
Germany - German armed forces in ‘dramatically bad’ shape, report finds, Tobias Buck, Financial Times
Poland - Poland’s Nationalism Threatens Europe’s Values, and Cohesion, Steven Erlanger & Marc Santora, The New York Times

Global - International Cooperation 2.0, Ngaire Woods, Project Syndicate
China - No longer just catch-up: China will soon have air power rivalling the West’s, The Economist
Security - Power and Influence in a Globalized World, Jonathan D. Moyer, Tim Sweijs, Mathew J. Burrows & Hugo van Manen, Hague Centre for Strategic Studies/Atlantic Council/Korbel School
Digital - Could Europe's New Data Protection Regulation Curb Online Disinformation? Karen Kornbluh, CFR
Digital - The New Monopoly: The Dangers of Amazon’s Dominance, Diane Francis, The American Interest
Digital - How internet giants damage the economy and society, Martin Sandbu, Financial Times
Economy - Budget Restraints That Work: Lessons from Chile, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States, Ryan Bourne, Cato Institute

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