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Transatlantic Must-Reads
May 15th, 2018
 Balkans, Defense, EU, Europe, France, Germany, Hungary, Middle East, Nuclear, Russia, Security, Spain, Turkey, US

SAIS Commentary
Russia - Putin is Playing with Fire and We May All Get Burned, Hal Brands, Bloomberg
US - A Reckoning for Obama’s Foreign-Policy Legacy, Eliot Cohen, The Atlantic

Security/EU/Turkey/Middle East - The Role of the Middle East in the EU-Turkey Security Relationship: Key Drivers and Future Scenarios, Doruk Ergun, Andrea Dessì, Jakob Lindgaard, Dlawer Ala’Aldeen & Kamaran Palani, Instituto Affari Internazionali
US/Europe - Why Trump Can Safely Ignore Europe: Its Leaders Readily Condemn But Never Act, Jeremy Shapiro, Foreign Affairs
France/Germany - Macron’s Charlemagne challenge in Berlin, Almut Möller, European Council on Foreign Relations
Spain - 7 takeaways from the election of a new Catalan leader, Diego Torres, Politico EU
Turkey/Balkans - Turkey’s Balkan comeback, Zia Weise, Politico EU
Hungary - Two hundred names appeared on an enemies list in Hungary. Thousands more asked to join. Griff Witte, The Washington Post
Russia - What to Expect from Putin’s Fourth Term, Angela Stent, National Interest
Russia/US/Nuclear - New START Treaty, Anatoli S. Diakov, Daryl G. Kimball & Steven Pifer, Deep Cuts Commission
Russia/US/Nuclear - Nuclear Arms Control and U.S.-Russia Relations, Sarah Hummel & Andrey Balkitskiy, Working Group on the Future of U.S.-Russia Relations
EU/Defense - European Strategic Autonomy: Stop Talking, Start Planning, Alice Billon-Galland & Adam Thomson, European Leadership Network

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