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Transatlantic Must-Reads
June 8th, 2018
 China, Diplomacy, Economy, Euro, Europe, France, Germany, G7, Netherlands, North Korea, Russia, Spain, US
SAIS Press Release
Dear colleagues: As I had informed you earlier, I will be working with our new Helmut Schmidt Professor and 6 new post-docs funded by the German Academic Exchange Service on "The United States, Europe and World Order. You can find the link to our initial announcement below:
Best regards,
Dan Hamilton
G7 - Trump Wants Russia Back in G-7, in Split With U.S. Allies, Peter Baker & Michael D. Shear, The New York Times
US/Russia - How Trump Helps Putin, Susan E. Rice, The New York Times
US - America and the World: Donald Trump’s demolition theory of foreign policy won’t work, The Economist
US/Europe - Why “America First” Means “Europe United”, Guy Verhofstadt, Project Syndicate
Europe - Geopolitical Outlook for Europe: Confrontation vs Cooperation, European Political Strategy Centre, European Commission
Europe - Who Will Lead Europe Now? Sylvie Kauffmann, The New York Times
Economy - How the Gig Economy is Rehaping Work: Not So Much, Ben Casselman, The New York Times
North Korea/China/US - North Korea Is Ultimately China's Problem: How Washington Can Get Beijing to Step Up, Isaac Stone Fish & Robert E. Kelly, Foreign Affairs
North Korea - Getting to Yes With Kim Jong-un, Yoon Young-Kwan, Project Syndicate
Diplomacy - Bullies Don’t Win at Diplomacy, Stephen M. Walt, Foreign Policy
Netherlands - Mark Rutte: North’s quiet rebel: The Dutch prime minister leads the backlash against pragmatic, prudent anti-populists. Naomi O’Leary, Politico EU
France/Germany/Euro - Merkel, Macron and the euro, Bjarke Smith-Meyer, Politico EU
Spain - Pedro Sánchez, a dogged politician who grabbed his chance, Michael Stothard, Financial Times
China - Should the West worry about the threat to liberal values posed by China's rise? The Economist

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