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Transatlantic Must-Reads
April 13th, 2018
 Arctic, Balkans, China, Denmark, Digital, Eastern Europe, Energy, Georgia, Germany, Russia, Syria, Trade, Turkey, US

Featured CTR Commentary
Russia - Kremlin Reacts Cautiously to Bolton Appointment, Donald N. Jensen, Center for European Policy Analysis
Syria -
The Syrian Timebomb Is Ticking More loudly, Robert Hunter, LobeLog

Denmark/Energy - The Danish Catch-22: A Weakening of European Energy Security, Morten Tastum, CTR
US/China - New Neighbors 2018: Chinese Investment in the United States by Congressional District, National Committee on U.S.-China Relations/Rhodium Group
US/China - T
wo-Way Street: 2018 Update - U.S.-China Direct Investment Trends, Thilo Hanemann, Daniel H. Rosen & Cassie Gao, National Committee on U.S.-China Relations/Rhodium
China/Arctic -
A silk road through ice, The Economist
Russia/Georgia -
How the West Should Respond to Russia's "Borderization" in Georgia, Kornely Kakachia, Ponars Eurasia
Germany -
Special Report: The Germans, The Economist
Germany -
Cool Germany, The Economist
Germany -
The somewhat reluctant hegemon, The Economist
Digital -
Why dictators love Facebook, Nina Jankowicz, The Washington Post
Trade -
The Advanced Economies' Lost Decade, Robert Skidelsky, Project Syndicate
Trade -
Trump's Change of heart on TPP, Ashish Kumar Sen, The Atlantic Council
US/Russia -
A test of strength. The Escalation of the crisis in Russian-American relations, Marek Menkszak, The Center for Eastern Studies OSW
Eastern Europe/China -
Europe's new 'Eastern bloc', Martin Hala, Politico EU
Turkey/Balkans -
Is Turkey destabilizing the Balkans? Janusz Bukajski, Center for European Policy Analysis
Turkey -
Turkey's Double ISIS Standard, S. Yayla & Colin P. Clarke, Foreign Policy

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