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Transatlantic Must-Reads
February 9th, 2018
 China, Energy, EU, Europe, France, Germany, Global, Libya, Nuclear, Russia, Security, Syria, Trade, Turkey, UK, Ukraine, US

Featured CTR Commentary 
US Invitation to Struggle: Congress, the President, and U.S. Foreign Policy, James M. Lindsay, in Domestic Determinants of Foreign Policy in the European Union and the United States, Daniel S. Hamilton and Teija Tiilikainen, eds., CTR and FIIA
LibyaSeven Year Anniversary of Post-Gaddafi Libya: Not Much To Celebrate, Sasha Toperich,
Syria - Why is the Syrian War Still Raging? Ben Hubbard and Jugal K. Patel, The New York Times
Syria Syria: Which Way Forward? Robert Ford, Testimony to the House Foreign Affairs Committee
Security - Munich Security Report 2018: To the Brink - and Back? Munich Security Conference
Nuclear/Russia/China - Entanglement: Chinese and Russian Perspectives on Non-nuclear Weapons and Nuclear Risks, James M. Acton, Alexey Arbatov, Vladimir Dvorkin, Petr Topychkanov, Tong Zhao and Li Bin, Carnegie Endowment
Global - How to Win a Great-Power Competition: Alliances, Aid, and Diplomacy in the Last Struggle for Global Influence, Benn Steil, Foreign Affairs
Germany - Angela’s Merkel government of losers: Lame will lead lamer in next German cabinet, Josef Joffe, Politico
Europe/EU - European Expansion: The EU Embrace, Dimitar Bechev, The American Interest 
UK/EU - Britain to tell the world “Brexit does not mean Brexit”, Jim Brunsden, Financial Times
Ukraine/Energy - Reforming Ukraine’s Energy Sector: Critical Unfinished Business, Anton Antonenko, Roman Nitsovych and Kristian Takac, Carnegie Europe
US Inside Trump's Plan to Dramatically Reshape U.S. Courts, Tessa Berenson, Time
US - America’s extraordinary economic gamble: Fiscal policy is adding to demand even as the economy is running hot, The Economist 
France - France to increase military spending, Anne-Sylvaine Chassany, Financial Times
TradeWhat next after the US withdrawal from the TPP? What are the options for trade relations in the Pacific and what will be the impact on the EU? Peter Chase, Pasha L. Hsieh and Bart Kerremans for the European Parliament Directorate-General for External Policies, Policy Department

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