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Transatlantic Must-Reads
November 17th, 2017

 Asia, Defense, Digital, Eastern Europe, Economy, EU, Global, NATO, Nuclear, Russia, Trade, Turkey, UK, Ukraine, US

Featured CTR Commentary
Ukraine - The Minsk-2 Agreement: What are the Key Threats?, Mykola Vorobiov, Center for Transatlantic Relations
Turkey/EU - Turkey and the European Union: Neither a Marriage nor a Separation on the Horizon, Beril Dedeoğluin, in Sasha Toperich and Aylin Ünver Noi, eds, Turkey and the Transatlantic Community

US - Donald Trump and the Future of U.S. Power, Josef Joffe, The American Interest

Digital/Economy - Digitalization and the American Work Force, Mark Muro, Sifan Liu, Jacob Whiton, and Siddharth Kulkarni, Brookings
Economy - How foreign investment changed the world, Martin Sandbu, Financial Times
UK/NATO - Brexit and the Shifting Pillars of NATO, Julian Lindley-French, Canadian Global Affairs Institute
UK - A bruising Brexit could shipwreck the British economy, Martin Wolf, Financial Times

UK - British politics is being profoundly reshaped by populism, The Economist
Nuclear - Re-Energizing Nuclear Security, Debra Decker, Lovely Umayam, Jaqueline Kempfer and Kathryn Rauhut, Stimson Center
Russia - The Russian Challenge:Its nature and the right response to it, Marek Menkiszak, German Federal Academy for Security Policy
Russia/US - Pentagon Moves to Develop Banned Intermediate Missile, Julian E. Barnes, Paul Sonne and  Brett Forrest, Wall Street Journal
US/Russia - How Trump walked into Putin’s web, Luke Harding, The Guardian
Global - The Rise of the “Westernists”, Shadi Hamid & Rashid Dar, The American Interest
EU/Eastern Europe - Easing the EU’s Eastern Partnership fatigue, Jana Kobzova, European Council on Foreign Relations
EU/Defense - PESCO: Pragmatic and virtually apolitical, Anna Sauerbrey, Euractiv
Asia/Trade - The new geopolitics of trade in Asia, Mireya Solis, Brookings


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