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Transatlantic Must-Reads
December 18th, 2017
 Austria, China, Digital, Eastern Europe, Energy, Eurozone, Finland, Germany, Iran, Middle East, Migration, NATO, Russia, Sweden, UK, US
Featured CTR Commentary 
Eastern Europe - Eastern Voices Book Release, Daniel S. Hamilton, Olexiy Haran, Mykola Vorobiov, Center for Transatlantic Relations

China/Russia It is Wrong to Call Russian and Chinese Disruptive Efforts “Sharp Power”, András Simonyi & Judit Trunkos, Huffington Post
Finland/Sweden/NATO - Finland, Sweden and NATO: Did Trump Change Everything?, Jaan Siitonen, ed., European Liberal Forum
US - National Security Strategy of the United States of America, The White House

Austria - Here are the main policies of Austria’s right-wing government, The Local
Austria - Austria’s (not so) pro-European government, Matthew Karnitschnig, Politico
UK The real price of Brexit begins to emerge, Chris Giles, Financial Times 
UK - Britain faces serious questions on its defence capability, Lawrence Freedman, Financial Times
Migration Europe’s migrants are here to stay, Dimitris Avramopoulos, Politico 
US/Middle East An Accounting for the Uncounted​, Robert Malley & Stephen Pomper, The Atlantic 
Iran ​- Decision Time on Iran, Matthew Continetti, National Review
Russia/Middle East What Vladimir Putin Really Wants in the Middle East, Masha Kirasova, Foreign Policy 
Germany Merkel's Difficult Road to a Coalition, Der Spiegel
Digital - Goodbye internet: how regional divides upended the world wide web, Mark Scott, Politico
Digital - Why Big Tech wants to keep the net neutral, Rana Foroohar, Financial Times
Energy - German-Russian Gas Relations: A Special Relationship in Troubled Waters, Kirsten Westphal, Aurélie Bros, Tatiana Mitrova
Technology - Where is technology taking the economy?, W. Brian Arthur, McKinsey
Russia - The Return of Global Russia: An Analytical Framework, Paul Stronski and Richard Sokolsky, Carnegie Endowment
Eurozone - Banking union v fiscal union, part 2, Martin Sandbu, Financial Times

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