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Transatlantic Must-Reads
January 22nd, 2018

China, Defense, Democracy, Eastern Europe, Economy, EU, Europe, Finland, Germany, Iran, NATO, Nordic Ways, Nuclear, Poland, Resilience, Russia, Security, Syria, Trade, US

CTR/SAIS Commentary

Russia/Eastern Europe - Eastern Europe’s Challenge to Russian-Western Relations, Lyubov Shishelina, in The Russia File
by Daniel S. Hamilton and Stefan Meister (editors)

Security/Resilience - Dealing with Hawaii’s False Alarm, Robert E. Hunter, LobeLog
Finland/Nordic Ways - Sauna Diplomacy, Jason Moyer, Morten Tastum, Senni Salmi & Emanuel Örtengren, Center for Transatlantic Relations

US - Trump’s Lucky Year, Eliot A. Cohen, Foreign Affairs


Germany - Another Grand Coalition Takes Shape in Berlin. How It Will Be Good for Europe But Bad for Germany, Sudha David-Wilp, Foreign Affairs
Iran -
Can Europe Save the Iran Deal? Time for It to Consider a Plan B, Ali Vaez, Foreign Affairs
Europe/Economy - Europe’s economy: Three pathways to rebuilding trust and sustaining momentum, Jacques Bughin, Eric Labaye, Sven Smit, Eckart Windhagen, Jan Mischke, and Sarah Forman, McKinsey
Trade - Canada is the great unknown as TPP 11 talks near goal, Nikkei Asian Review
Trade - Deepening NAFTA and Signing New Trade Agreements: A US Trade Strategy to Boost the Economy and Reduce the Trade Deficit, Frank Lavin, Hanna Deringer and Fredrik Erixon, ECIPE
EU - What will the EU look like after Brexit?, Valentina Romei, Financial Times
US/DefenseOn the 2018 National Defense Strategy, Michael E. O’Hanlon, Brookings
US/Russia/Nuclear - Really? We’re Gonna Nuke Russia for a Cyberattack?, George Perkovich, Politico
US/China - How China forces American companies to do its political bidding, Josh Rogin, Washington Post
NATO/Security - What Makes a Reliable Ally? A Fresh Perspective on NATO, Strategic Culture and Collective Defense, Bryan Frizzelle
EU/Poland - Why the dispute between Poland and the EU matters, The Economist
Syria - Back to What Future? What Remains for Syria’s Displaced People, Kheder Khaddour, Carnegie Middle East Center
Democracy - Commentary: What to do when liberals are the censors?, John Lloyd, Reuters


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