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Transatlantic Must-Reads
January 18th, 2018

Europe, Global, Iran, Liberalism, Nuclear, Populism, Russia, Syria, Terrorism, UK, US,
CTR/SAIS Commentary
Russia - Fuzzy Alliances, Flexible Relations, Fyodor Lukyanov, in The Russia File by Daniel S. Hamilton and Stefan Meister (editors)

Global - A Dangerous New Normal, Robin Niblett, Berlin Policy Journal

US/Syria - U.S. troops will stay in Syria to counter “strategic” threat from Iran, Liz Sly and Carol Morello, Washington Post
Syria - Syria 2018: 5 key factors to watch, Aron Lund, IRIN
Iran - The Iran Nuclear Deal at Two: A Status Report, International Crisis Group
Europe - Opportunities Amid Disorder: Europe and the World in 2018, Jeremy Shapiro and Jonathan Hackenbroich, eds., ECFR
US/Europe - Transatlantic Relations: Converging or Diverging?, Xenia Wickett, Chatham House
US/UK/Populism - The Rise and Fall of Steve Bannon and Nigel Farage, Yasmeen Sherhan, The Atlantic 
US/Russia/Nuclear - America and Russia May Find Themselves in a Nuclear Arms Race Once Again, Richard Burt & Jon Wolfsthal, National Interest
Russia - Putin 4.0: The President’s New Modus Operandi, Tatyana Stanovaya, Carnegie Moscow
Russia - Reviving the Propaganda State, Maria Snegovaya, CEPA
Terrorism - What happens when ISIS goes underground?, Daniel L. Byman, Brookings
UK - Brexit: What if Britain changes its mind?, Andrew Duff, European Policy Centre
Liberalism -  If Liberalism Is Dead, What Comes Next?, Jennifer Szalai, New York Times

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