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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Tuesday June 14th, 2016

US, Russia, Iran, Europe, China, Germany, UK, Middle East, Finance
US - After Orlando, confronting radicalism requires radically different thinking, Andras Simonyi, The Hill
US -
Obama administration not pursuing executive order to shut Guantanamo – sources, Jeff Mason, Reuters
Russia -
Information warfare initiative, Donald N. Jensen, CEPA

Europe - Europeans Face the World Divided, Bruce Stokes, Richard Wike and Jacob Poushter, Pew Research Center
The Price of Disunion, James Kirchick, The Weekly Standard
Europe/China -
Europe needs tougher response to China’s state-led investments, Sebastian Heilmann, Financial Times
Germany -
Reaching a New Normalcy? Germany’s “New Responsibility” in Security Affairs, Oliver Schmidt and Tobias Hecht, American Institute for Contemporary German Studies
Germany’s New Global Role - Berlin Steps Up, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, Foreign Affairs
UK -
Britain: A time to lead rather than leave the EU? Philip Stephens, Financial Times
The referendum rollercoaster, Mark Leonard, ECFR
Middle East -
Saudi Arabia and Turkey’s pipeline wars in Yemen and Syria, Christina Lin, Asia Times
Finance –
Financial Scarcity Amid Plenty, Barry Eichengreen, Project Syndicate

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