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Transatlantic Must-Reads
December 19th, 2017
 Balkans, Democracy, Digital, Eastern Europe, Economy, Energy, EU, Germany, Italy, Migration, Russia, US
The Must-Reads will return on January 8. We wish all happy holidays and a great start to the New Year.
CTR/SAIS Commentary
Germany - The Fate of Social Democracy is being decided in Germany, Erik Jones and Matthias Matthijs, Foreign Policy

US - Trump Security Strategy a Study in Contrasts, Max Boot, Council on Foreign Relations

US - After Credibility: American Foreign Policy in the Trump Era, Keren Yarhi-Milo, Foreign Affairs
US - Seven big takeaways for Metro America in 2017, Anthony Fiano, Brookings
US/Russia - The list that’s freaking out everyone in Moscow, Anders Åslund and Daniel Fried, Politico
EU/Energy - The Impact of Brexit on the EU Energy System, Gustav Fredriksson, Alexander Roth, Simone Tagliapietra & Georg Zachmann, Bruegel
EU/Migration - Nobody move! Myths of the EU migration crisis, Roderick Parkes, European Union Institute for Security Studies

EU/Italy - How Italy turned Euroskeptic, Naomi O’Leary, Politico
EU/Balkans - The EU and the Western Balkans: So Near and Yet So Far, Matteo Bonomi and Dušan Reljić, SWP

Digital - How Europe's New Internet Laws Threaten Freedom of Expression, David Kaye, Foreign Affairs
Democracy - Populism and the Transatlantic Relationship, Julian Müller-Kaler, American Institute for Contemporary German Studies, Johns Hopkins University

Democracy - Inequality is a threat to our democracies, Martin Wolf, Financial Times
Eastern Europe/Economy - Transition Report 2017-2018, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development

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