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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Wednesday, December 7th, 2016

US, Hungary, Russia, NATO, Europe, Turkey, Austria, Germany, Italy, UK, Global Affairs


US - Trump formally introduces defense nominee James ‘Mad Dog’ Mattis, Abby Phillip, Washington Post

US - Trump flunks his first foreign policy test, David Ignatius, Washington Post

US The Trump Boom? Kenneth Rogoff, Project Syndicate
US/Hungary -
Orban and Trump want closer ties. But Politics could get in the way, Noah Buyon, Foreign Policy

US/Russia - U.S.–Russian Relations in the Next Presidency, Chris Miller, GMF

Russia - Sanctions on Russia Need More Teeth, Sergey Aleksashenko, Atlantic Council
NATO - NATO tries to flex under Trump, Brexit cloud, Austin Wright, Politico

Europe More Perils Lie in Wait for the Eurozone, Martin Wolf, Financial Times 

Europe/Turkey - Turkey’s effort to join the EU is on life support, The Economist

Austria - Austria’s election result will do little to halt the populist surge in Europe, Gustav Gressel, ECFR

Germany - The Sudden German Nuke Flirtation, Ulrich Kühn, Carnegie

Italy - After the Italian Referendum, Erik Jones, Foreign Affairs

Italy Italy after the referendum, Federiga Bindi, Huffington Post

UK - Theresa May Is a Religious Nationalist, Andrew Brown, Foreign Policy

Global Affairs The Foreign Policy Milestones of 2017, James M. Lindsay, The Atlantic


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