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Transatlantic Must-Reads
January 31st, 2018
 Bulgaria, Central Europe, Digital, Eastern Europe, EU, Italy, Japan, NATO, Russia, Security, Syria, Trade, US

Featured CTR Commentary
US/Europe - Domestic Determinants of Foreign Policy in the European Union and the United States, Daniel S. Hamilton and Teija Tiilikainen, eds., Center for Transatlantic Relations/Finnish Institute of International Affairs
Russia -
The Struggle for the Hearts and Minds of Russians, András Simonyi , in The Russia File by Daniel S. Hamilton & Stefan Meister (editors), Center for Transatlantic Relations, DGAP

US/Security - Is the New U.S. National Security Strategy a Step Backward on Democracy and Human Rights? Frances Z. Brown & Thomas Carothers, Carnegie
Syria -
Trump Has Big Plans for Syria. But He Has No Real Strategy, Charles Lister & William F. Wechsler, Politico Magazine
EU/Japan -
EU-Japan partnership agreements herald new era of closer cooperation, Irina Angelescu, European Council on Foreign Relations
EU/Bulgaria -
The Odd EU Story of Oligarchy-Ridden Bulgaria and Its Post-accession ‘Progress Reports’, Ivan Dikov, Pax Glocalica    
Italy -
Italy after the election: From partner to spoiler? Luigi Scazzieri, Center for European Reform
Russia -
Drums beat for new US and EU sanctions on Russia oligarchs, Andrew Rettman, EU Observer
Russia/EU -
Changing Speeds: What Do Debates on EU Reform Mean for Russia? Mikhail Komin & Taisiia Shentseva, Carnegie Moscow Center
Central/Eastern Europe -
How Eastern European Populism is Different, Sławomir Sierakowski, Project Syndicate
Trade -
Future of the Global Trade Order, Carlos A. Primo Braga & Bernard Hoekman
Digital -
The 2018 State of the Digital Union: The Seven Deadly Sins of Cyber Security We Must Face, Peter W. Singer, War on the Rocks

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