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Transatlantic Must-Reads
May 25th, 2018
 Bulgaria, Chechnya, China, EU, Europe, Germany, Iran, Russia, UK, US

NOTE: We will not publish the Must Reads on Monday, U.S. Memorial Day. They will resume on Tuesday.

Featured CTR Commentary
Trade/US/Europe - A trade war with Europe would be calamitous for Maryland, Jason C. Moyer, The Washington Post
US/Iran -
Pompeo On Iran: Making Matters Worse, Robert E. Hunter, LobeLog

UK/EU - The Real Post-Brexit Options, Sir Ivan Rogers, University of Glasgow
Plugging in the British EU justice and home affairs, Camino Mortera-Martinez, Center for European Reform
US/Europe -
Europeans want to brake up with America. They'd do so at their peril, James Kirchick, Brookings Institution
US/Europe -
Disinformation Wars: The United States and Europe are ill-prepared for the coming wave of ''deep fakes'' that artificial intelligence could unleash, Chris Meserole & Alina Polyakova, Foreign Policy
US/China -
EU-China Innovation Relations: From Zero-sum to Global Networks, K.C. Kwok, Tim Summers & Lawrence J. Lau, Chatham House
EU -
Will Defunding Hungary and Poland Backfire? Slawomir Sierakowski, Project Syndicate
Germany -
Germany's defense budget - more rhetoric than money, Justyna Gotkowska, Center for Eastern Studies OSW
Europe/Russia -
Russian Election Interference: Europe's Counter to Fake News and Cyber Attacks, Erik Brattberg & Tim Maurer, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Russia -
The Roots of Russian Aggression, James Kirchick, National Review
Russia/Bulgaria -
The Balkan Cycle: Why Russo-Bulgarian Relations Are Growing Again, Maxim Samorukov, Carnegie Moscow Center
Russia/Chechnya -
Chechnya's Status within the Russian Federation, Uwe Halbach, German Institute for International and Security Affairs SWP

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