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Transatlantic Must-Reads
June 18th, 2018
 Macedonia, Greece, Balkans, US, Germany, Visegrad, Democracy, Economy, NATO, Climate, Belarus, Russia, Central/Eastern Europe, Eurasia 

Featured CTR Commentary
Macedonia/Greece - Alexis Tsipras Deserves the Nobel Peace Prize, Edward P. Joseph, Foreign Policy
US - Donald Trump’s New World Order, Adam Entous, The New Yorker
Balkans - In the Balkans, a Chance to Stabilize Europe, George Soros and Alexander Soros, The New York Times
- Germany’s troubled relations with the Visegrad states show the limits to its power, The Economist
Democracy - After decades of triumph, democracy is losing ground, The Economist
US - The Trump Doctrine Is Winning and the World Is Losing, Kori Schake, The New York Times
Economy - United States of America: Staff Concluding Statement of the 2018 Article IV Mission, IMF
NATO - More Than Burden Sharing: Five Objectives for the 2018 NATO Summit, Mark Newton, Rachel Rizzo, Julianne Smith and Jim Townsend, Center for New American Security
- Climate change can be stopped by turning air into gasoline, Robinson Meyer, The Atlantic
Belarus/Russia - Belarus and Russia Have Become Frenemies, Yuri Tsarik, Riddle
Central/Eastern Europe/Russia/Eurasia
- Rethinking the Regional Order for Post-Soviet Europe and Eurasia, Samuel Charap, Jeremy Shapiro, and Alyssa Demus, RAND

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