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November 21st, 2018
Defense, Democracy Promotion, Economy, EU, Europe, Global, Investment, Italy, Law Enforcement, Russia, Sanctions, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Tunisia, US

Transatlantic Must-Reads will return on Monday, November 26th. Happy Thanksgiving!

Must-Reads
US/EU/Economy - A new agenda for transatlantic economic cooperation. Recommendations from the US business community in Europe, AmChamEU
US/Democracy Promotion - Three Ways the New Congress Can Defend Democracy Abroad, Thomas Carothers and Frances Z. Brown, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Russia/Serbia - Russia Exploits Serbia, Janusz Bugajski, CEPA
EU/Tunisia - EU-Tunisia DCFTA: Good Intentions Not Enough, Bettina Rudloff and Isabelle Werenfels, SWP
Russia - Putin’s fourth term: The twilight begins? Stanislav Secrieru and Vitali Shkliarov, European Union Institute for Security Studies
US/Saudi Arabia - In Pardoning Saudi Arabia, Trump Gives Guidance to Autocrats, Mark Mazzetti and Ben Hubbard, The New York Times
Italy/EU - Impact of Italy’s Draft Budget on Growth and Fiscal Solvency, Olivier Blanchard, Álvaro Leandro, Silvia Merler and Jeromin Zettelmeyer, The Peterson Institute of International Economics
Europe/Defense - Fighting words: The risks of loose talk about a “European army”, Nick Witney, European Council on Foreign Relations
Sanctions - Global Magnitsky Sanctions: Raising the Human Rights and Anti-Corruption Bar, Samantha Sultoon, Atlantic Council
EU - Europe’s crises conceal opportunities to forge another path, Timothy Garton Ash, Financial Times
Global/Law Enforcement Interpol elects South Korean as president over Russian rival, Eddy Wax, Politico
EU/Investment With eyes on China, EU agrees investment screening rules, Euractiv
Global/Economy Economic Outlook and Interim Economic Outlook, OECD
 
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Dr. Daniel S. Hamilton, Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Professor, at Johns Hopkins University SAIS
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