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Transatlantic Must-Reads
October 23rd, 2017
Baltics, Canada, Czech Republic, Europe, Globalization, Islam, Italy, NAFTA, Romania, Russia, Turkey, US


CTR Commentary

Italy In Italy, more votes that fuel disruption of European order, Jason C. Moyer, The Hill
 

Must-Reads

Czech RepublicCzech Election Won by Anti-Establishment Party Led by Billionaire, Hana de Goeij Rick Lyman, New York Times
Canada
Europe can learn much from Justin Trudeau the Trump-tamer, Anne McElvoy, Evening Standard
Russia
Dealing with an Era of Change in the International Arena, Vladimir Putin, Valdai Discussion Club
Russia/US
Setting Conflict in Stone: Dangerous Trends in Russian-U.S. Relations, Alexander Gabuev, Carnegie Moscow
Europe
Rage Against the Elites, Helmut K. Anheier, Project Syndicate
Romania -
On Tap Europe; Organised Crime and Illicit Trade in Romania, Cathy Haenlein and Jonathan Eyal, RUSI
NAFTA
NAFTA Renegotiation Monitor, Haynes and Boone
NAFTA
Preparing for the worst, The Economist
Globalization
Left behind. The right way to help declining places, The Economist
Globalization
Left in the lurch, The Economist
Baltics -
Total Defense: How the Baltic States Are Integrating Citizenry Into Their National Security Strategies, Marta Kepe, Jan Osburg, Center for Security Studies
Urban planning -
Benefits and best practices of safe city innovation, Darrell M. West and Dan Bernstein, Brookings
Islam -
Political Islam After the Arab Spring, Oliver Roy, Foreign Affairs
Turkey
Here's How to Pull Turkey Back From the Brink, James Stavridis, Bloomberg News

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