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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Tuesday, February 7th, 2017

US, Europe, Global, Russia, Asia, NATO, France, Terrorism, China, Bulgaria, Energy


US - Should America Be the World’s Policeman?, Charles V. Peña, The American Conservative
US -
Why Nobody Cares the President is Lying, Charles J. Sykes, New York Times
US -
Who Are We? Ross Douthat, New York Times
US -
The President Has Much Power Over Immigration, but How Much? Adam Liptak, New York Times
US, Europe -
Hearing ‘America First,’ European Nations Jockey to Be Second, Rachel Donadio and Liam Stack, New York Times
US, Global -
Which Country is America's Strongest Ally? Josh Katz and Kevin Quealy, New York Times
US, Russia -
This is what a deal could look like between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin,
Vladislav Inozemtsev, The Independent
US, Asia - Managing Asia’s security threats in the Trump era, Michael D. Swaine, East Asia Forum
Russia -
Empire by Other Means: Russia’s Strategy for the 21st Century, Agnia Grigas, Yale Global
Enthusiasm for NATO far less in U.S. than in Europe, Matthew Smith,
France -
Can France Stem the Populist Tide? Carlo Invernizzi Accetti, Foreign Affairs
France, Terrorism -
France vs. Jihadism: The Republic in a New Age of Terror, Marc Hecker, Elie Tenenbaum, IFRI
Russia -
Russia’s Bad Equilibrium, Anders Åslund, Project Syndicate
Russia, China -
Russia and China: A New Model of Great-Power Relations, Samuel Charap, John Drennan and Pierre Noël, Survival
Bulgaria -
Bulgaria Grows Uneasy as Trump Complicates Its Ties to Russia, Rick Lyman, New York Times
Energy -
Nord Stream 2: The elephant in the room, Sijbren de Jong, EUobserver


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