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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Friday July 29th, 2016

Brexit, EU, NATO, Poland, Terrorism, Trade, Turkey, UK, Ukraine, US, Russia

Brexit - Why Northern Ireland is the most serious obstacle to Article 50's invocation by Kevin Lees, Suffragio 
EU -
After the EUGS: mainstreaming a new CSDP by Margriet Drent and Dick Zandee, EU Institute for Security Studies
Editor's Note: 17 July 2016 by Donald Jensen, CEPA 
A Critical Response to NATO Rethink, Realign, React by Hall Garnder, La Fondation pour la recherche stratégique
Trump, NATO, and the future of European Security by Robert Hunter, LobeLog
Poland -
Poland Resists Global Shift Away From Coal by Michael McDonald, Oilprice
Terrorism -
Civil Society Against Terrorism by Dominique Moisi, Project Syndicate 
Trade -
The man who killed TTIP by Hans Von Der Burchard, Politico Europe 
Turkey -
The Turkish coup and the refugees by Omer Karasapan, Brookings Institution 
Turkey -
The Strategic Consequences of Turkey's Failed Coup by Sinan Ulgen, Carnegie Europe
UK -
Theresa May and her six pack of difficult deals by Charles Grant, Centre for European Reform 
UK -
How a UK Labour party meltdown could play out in wake of Brexit vote by Richard Reeves, Brookings Institution 
Lessons from Ukraine: Why a Europe-Led Geo-Economic Strategy is Succeeding by Andrew Moravcsik, German Marshall Fund
US/Europe - A new Hillary demographic: Europe's center right by Ryan Heath, Politico Europe
Russia/US -
Trump's troubling Russia ties, Japan Times Editorial 

The Must-Reads will break for the month of August and resume in September. Have a nice summer!
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