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Transatlantic Must-Reads
January 16th, 2018

Armenia, Drugs, EU, Foreign Policy, Freedom, Iran, Middle East, North Korea, Nuclear, Romania, Russia, UK, US, Yemen

CTR/SAIS Opportunity
CTR/SAIS Commentary
Russia - Introduction, Daniel S. Hamilton & Stefan Meister, in The Russia File: Russia and the West in an Unordered World by Daniel S. Hamilton and Stefan Meister (editors)

Foreign Policy - Foreign Policy Analysis: A Toolbox, Jean-Frédéric Morin, Jonathan Paquin, Palgrave
Freedom - Freedom in the World 2018, Freedom House

US/Nuclear - A new Trump administration plan makes nuclear war likelier, Bruce Blair, Washington Post
North Korea - The case for using military force against North Korea, Danny Lam, Maclean’s
US/Iran - Trump’s Demand to Rewrite Iran Deal Tests a Weakened Diplomatic Corps, Mark Landler
Middle East - Abbas Calls Oslo Accords Dead and Blasts U.S.: ‘Damn Your Money!’, David M. Halbfinger, New York Times
Armenia - Armenia’s U-turn back to multi-vector foreign policy, Stepan Grigoryan,OC Media
Yemen - How the U.S. Is Making the War in Yemen Worse, Nicolas Niarchos, New Yorker
Romania - Romanian PM resigns, Carmen Paun, Politico
Drugs - Is the EU Drugs Strategy Helping to Curb the Harm Caused by Drugs?, Emma Disley and Kristy Kruithof, RAND
UK/EU - Of transition and trade deals, Sam Lowe, Centre for European Reform
EU - The Cappuccino Index, Ryan Heath and Hanne Cokelaere, Politico

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