View this email in your browser
Transatlantic Must-Reads
Wednesday, January 18th, 2017

EU, Europe, NATO, Italy, Nuclear, Migration, Turkey, Russia, Afghanistan, Spain, UK, Trade, US, Digital, Balkans

EU/Europe - Europe, Fracturing from Within, Edoardo Campanella, Foreign Affairs 

EU/Europe - Europe After Brexit. A Less Perfect Union, Matthias Matthijs, Foreign Affairs

EU - Antonio Tajani, the anti-Schulz, Maïa de La Baume, Politico Europe

NATO/Italy - Challenges to NATO and Italy’s Role:Trump, Brexit, Collective Defence and Neighborhood Stability, Francesca Bitondo, Alessandro Marrone and Paola Sartori, IAI

Nuclear - The case for American nuclear leadership, Daniel B. Poneman, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

Migration/EU/Turkey - The Migration Paradox and EU-Turkey Relations, Bianca Benvenuti, IAI

Russia/Afghanistan - Moscow moves into the Afghanistan vacuum, Ahmed Rashid, Financial Times

Spain - No right turn for Spanish politics,Tobias Buck, Financial Times

UK Hard Landing, Dave Keating, Berlin Policy Journal

UK/Trade - Trade truths for Theresa May’s vision of a ‘Global Britain’, Shawn Donnan, Financial Times

Trade - Trade challenges: beyond Brexit, Robert Madelin, ESharp

Trade - Squaring the Circle in U.K./EU Trade Relations … With a Triangle? Peter Chase, German Marshall Fund of the United States

US - Strategic Choices for a Turbulent World, RAND

US The Sayings of President Trump, Robert E. Hunter, Lobelog

US/Europe - Trump’s foreign policy – Key areas for transatlantic partners to watch closely, Dominik Tolksdorf, Heinrich Böll Stiftung

US/EuropePresident Trump, the U.S. Security Guarantee, and the Future of European Integration, Hans Kundnani, German Marshall Fund of the United States

Digital - Digitisation and Government Responsibility, Volker Stanzel, SWP

Balkans - Multi-Ethnic States Have Failed in the Balkans, Timothy Less, Balkan Insight


Follow along on Twitter with #CTRmustread. Click here to subscribe to the Transatlantic Must-Reads. Sign up for our events mailing list here.


This email was sent to <<Email Address>>
why did I get this?    unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences
Foreign Policy Institute · 1717 Massachusetts Ave. NW · Suite 867 · Washington, DC 20036 · USA