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Transatlantic Must-Reads
June 20th, 2018
China, EU, Europe, Eurozone, France, Greece, Italy, Human Rights, NATO, Refugees, Russia, Technology, Trade, Ukraine, US

Must-Reads
Europe - Don’t Play Risk with Europe, Edward Lucas, CEPA
Europe - Europeans in Search of Themselves, Andrew Michta, American Interest
Refugees - Global Trends 2017: Forced Displacement, UN High Commissioner for Refugees
Human Rights - Trump Administration Withdraws U.S. From U.N. Human Rights Council, Gardiner Harris, New York Times
US/China/Technology - How China’s Economic Aggression Threatens the Technologies and Intellectual Property of the United States and the World, White House Office of Trade and Manufacturing
US/Trade - Beginning of a Tectonic Shift on Trade? William Reinsch, CSIS
US - The Frustration of the Anti-Trump Republicans, Jimmy Quinn, National Review
NATO/Ukraine - NATO Can Help Itself by Pulling Ukraine Closer Now, Alexander Vershbow, Real Clear World
Greece/Europe - As Greece Ends a Decade of Bailouts, Problems Linger for Europe, Liz Alderman, New York Times
Italy/EurozoneThe Italian challenge to the eurozone, Martin Wolf, Financial Times
Italy - The Conte Government: Radical Change or Pragmatic Continuity in Italian Foreign and Defence Policy? Alessandro Marrone, IAI
EU/Eurozone - Economic Surveys of the EU and the Eurozone, OECD
Germany/France/EUMerkel, Macron bridge differences on EU reform, Matthew Karnitschnig, Politico
Russia - Russia as Spoiler: Projecting Division in Transatlantic Societies, Brittany Beaulieu and Steven Keil, GMF

 
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