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Transatlantic Must-Reads
February 13th, 2018
Baltic Region, Democracy, Europe, Germany, NATO, North-Korea, Russia, Ukraine, UN, US

Featured CTR/SAIS Commentary
Russia - Moscow sends mixed messages over "Kremlin list", Donald Jensen, CEPA
US/Europe -
There's a Crack Between the U.S. and Europe Over China, Hal Brands, Bloomberg 

US/Europe - The US Needs to Boost Bilateral Relationships in Europe, Andrew A. Michta, The American Interest
US/Europe -
Trump’s European Misstep, Erik Brattberg, Carnegie Endowment
Germany -
German politics is in revolt against the “Merkel method”, J.C., The Economist
US/North-Korea -
Frustrations at the White House and the Pentagon, Julianne Smith & Loren DeJonge Schulman, Foreign Affairs
Ukraine/UN -
Can the United Nations Unite Ukraine? Richard Gowan, Hudson Institute
Russia -
Russia’s Clash With the West Is About Geography, Not Ideology, Benn Steil, Foreign Policy
Russia -
The Confrontation Between the West and Russia: A Tale of Concentric Circles, Nathalie Tocci, Carnegie Moscow Center
Ukraine -
Why Georgia’s Lessons for Russia Don’t Apply in Ukraine, Nicu Popescu, Carnegie Moscow Center
Baltic Region/NATO -
Assessing the Conventional Force Imbalance in Europe, Boston, Johnson, Beauchamp-Mustafaga & Crane, Rand Corporation
Democracy -
The Double Threat to Liberal Democracy, Dani Rodrik, Project Syndicate

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