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Transatlantic Must-Reads
February 1st, 2018
 Economy, EU, France, Global, Iran, Latin America, Migration, Russia, Security, Turkey, US

Featured CTR Commentary
Economy/US/Europe - Creating the North Atlantic Marketplace for Jobs and Growth: Three Paths, One Detour, A U-Turn, and the Road to Nowhere, Daniel S. Hamilton, Center for Transatlantic Relations
US/Europe -
How Do Demographic Changes in the United States Affect American Views on U.S. Foreign Policy? Dina Smeltz & Karl Friedhoff, Domestic Determinants of Foreign Policy in the European Union and the United States, Daniel S. Hamilton and Teija Tiilikainen, eds., CTR/FIIA

Must Reads
EU - East vs West: the new battle for Europe, John O'Sullivan, The Spectator
France -
The Future of France's National Front, Cécile Alduy, Foreign Affairs
EU/Security -
Revisiting the EU’s security partnerships, Thierry Tardy, European Union Institute for Security Studies
US/EU/Iran -  
Here’s How the U.S. and EU Can Thwart Iranian Missile Programs, Behnam Ben Taleblu & Richard Goldberg, Foreign Policy
US/Global -
Between change and continuity: Making Sense of America’s Evolving Global Engagement, Aaltola, Salonius-Pasternak, Käpylä & Sinkkonen (eds.), FIIA
Russia -
How Not to Design Russia Sanctions, Iulia Joffe, The Atlantic
Russia/EU -
Beyond ‘pro’ and ‘anti’ Putin: Debating Russia Policies in France and Germany, Barbara Kunz, German Council on Foreign Relations
Russia -
Russia’s Economic Stagnation Is Here to Stay, Konstantin Sonin, Project Syndicate
Russia/Latin America -
In Cold War Echo, Russia Returns to U.S.’s Backyard, Brett Forrest, Wall Street Journal
Migration -
Europe’s Migration Crisis is Anything but over, Rachel Rizzo, National Interest
US -
Liberals Still Love Nationalist Ideas – Just Not the Label, Jonah Goldberg, National Review
US/Turkey -
U.S.-Turkey Alliance: Between Past and Future, Mehmet Yegin, GMF

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