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Summer Review 2018
Afghanistan, Caspian Sea, Digital, EU, Europe, Germany, Global, Hungary, Iraq, Poland, Power, Russia, Syria, US, UK, Ukraine
 
The Transatlantic Must-Reads return today after our summer break. We are sending two issues today: a special “summer review” of articles you may have missed; and our regular daily must-reads. Of course you may unsubscribe at any time using the link at the bottom of this email. Enjoy!
 
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                Dan Hamilton

 
Summer Must-Reads
Global - The Myth of the Liberal Order, Graham Allison, Foreign Affairs
Global - The Real History of the Liberal Order, Michael Mazaar, Foreign Affairs
Global - Picking up the pieces, The Economist
Global - Planning for the Post-Trump Wreckage, Stephen M. Walt, Foreign Policy
Global - Huntington’s Legacy, Francis Fukuyama, American Interest
Power - The Rise and Fall of Soft Power, Eric Li, Foreign Policy
US - In 2008, Americans Stopped Believing in the American Dream, Frank Rich, New York Magazine
US - Our Blind Spots Often Hide the Truth About America, Sarah Smarsh, New York Times
US - The Maps That Show That City vs. Country Is Not Our Political Fault Line, Colin Woodward, New York Times
US - The Unconstrained Presidency. Checks and Balances Eroded Long Before Trump, James Goldgeier and Elizabeth N. Saunders, Foreign Affairs
US - The End of Impunity. What Democrats Can Do with Subpoena Power, Michelle Goldberg, New York Times
US -  Why Even a Blue Wave Could Have Limited Gains, David Wasserman, New York Times
US - Three Cheers for Trump’s Foreign Policy. What the Establishment Misses, Randall Schweller, Foreign Affairs
US/Afghanistan/Iraq/Syria - Losing by "Winning": America's Wars in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria, Anthony H. Cordesman, Center for Strategic & International Studies
Europe - It’s not America that’s exceptional, it’s Europe, Janan Ganesh, Financial Times
Germany - Making plans for a new world order, Heiko Maas, Handelsblatt
Germany - Merkel quashes foreign minister’s (anti) American Dream, Matthew Karnitschnig, Politico
Germany - Why Germany Should Get the Bomb, Christian Hacke, National Interest
Germany - Germany’s dangerous flirtation with nuclear weapons, Wolfgang Ischinger, Handelsblatt
Germany - A Nuclear Armed Germany Would be a Mistake, Tobias Fella, National Interest
UK/EUAutumn surprises: possible scenarios for the next phase of Brexit, Jill Rutter, Joe Owen, Institute for Government
Poland/Europe - Poland is Europe’s future. But which one? Matthew Kaminski, Politico
Hungary/Europe - In Orban’s Hungary, a Glimpse of Europe’s Demise, Drew Hinshaw and Marcus Walker, Wall Street Journal
EU/Russia2018 Ranking of countermeasures by the EU28 to the Kremlin’s subversion operations, Kremlin Watch Report, European Values
EU/Ukraine -  Rebuilding Ukraine: Assessing the EU's Assistance to Ukraine, Kataryna Wolczuk and Darius Žeruolis, Chatham House
Caspian Sea - What the New Status of the Caspian Will Change, Arkady Dubnov, Carnegie Moscow Center
Digital - The Untold Story of NotPetya, the Most Devastating Cyberattack in History, Andy Greenberg, Wired

 
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