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Transatlantic Must-Reads
May 9th, 2018
 Armenia, Austria, Eastern Europe, EU, Georgia, Germany, Iran, NATO, Nordics, Russia, Security, Technology, US

Featured CTR Commentary
Russia - How Moscow's Blunders Abroad Have Galvanized Europe, William Courtney & Michael Haltzel, The Moscow Times
 
Must-Reads
Iran - What Changes and What Remains in the Iran Nuclear Deal, Rick Gladstone & Sahil Chinoy, The New York Times
Iran/US -
Trump destroys the Iran Nuclear Deal - And a lot more, Robin Wright, The New Yorker
Iran/US -
Why Trump torpedoed Obama's Iran deal, John Hudson & Philip Rucker, The Washington Post
Iran/US -
How Iran Sanctions Affect Countries and Businesses, Ian Talley, The Wall Street Journal
Iran/US -
Donald Trump goes for global regime change, Edward Luce, Financial Times
Iran/EU -
Europeans scramble to save Iran nuclear deal but face new concerns over U.S. sanctions, James McAuley, The Washington Post
Technology/Security -
Additive Manufacturing in 2040: Powerful Enabler, Disruptive Threat, Trevor Johnson, Troy D. Smith, J. Luke Irwin, RAND Corporation
Germany/NATO -
Can Germany Make NATO Great Again? Elisabeth Braw, Center for European Policy Analysis
Nordics/Security -
A Stronger North? Nordic cooperation in foreign and security policy in a new security environment, Tuomas Iso-Markku, Eeva Innola & Teija Tiilikainen, Finnish Institute of International Affairs
Armenia -
Armenia's Revolution and the Legacy of 1988, Thomas de Waal, Carnegie Moscow Center
Austria/Eastern Europe/Georgia -
Georgia in European Discourses: An Austrian Perspective, Johann Wolfschwenger, Georgian Institute of Politics

 
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