September 4th, 2018
Black Sea, Energy, EU, Finance, Germany, Kosovo, Migration, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Sweden, Trade, UK, US
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. Enjoy!
Best regards, 
                Dan Hamilton

Featured Commentary
Serbia/Kosovo - A bad idea whose time should not come, Daniel Serwer, Peacefare
Serbia/Kosovo - Good enough for me, Daniel Serwer, Peacefare
US/Europe - Europe Wants to Defend Itself? Good Luck With That, Hal Brands, Bloomberg

Serbia/Kosovo - A Balkan border change the West should welcome, Marko Prelec, Politico
Romania/Black Sea - Dealing with the Russian lake next door: Romania and Black Sea security, Iulia-Sabina Joja, War on the Rocks
Migration - Mediterranean Migrant Arrivals Reach 67,122 in 2018; Deaths Reach 1,549, International Organization for Migration
UK/EU - What a Brexit Security Treaty Needs to Cover, Nicholas Westcott, Chatham House
Trade/Energy - Can Lowering Trade Barriers Fuel American Energy Exports to Europe? Barbara C. Matthews, Earl Anthony Wayne, and Richard Morningstar, Atlantic Council
US - How Brett Kavanaugh Would Transform the Supreme Court, Adam Liptak, New York Times
US/RussiaU.S. Strategy Towards the Russian Federation, Statement of A. Wess Mitchell, Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs, before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee 
US/Russia - Sanctions Against Russia Are Working, Nigel Gould-Davies, Foreign Affairs
Finance - A decade after the global financial crisis: What has (and hasn’t) changed? Susan Lund, Asheet Mehta, James Manyika, and Diana Goldshtein, McKinsey Global Institute
Trade - Europe’s Trade Coup, Daniel Gros, Project Syndicate
Sweden Why Sweden’s 2018 Elections Matter, Scott B. MacDonald, National Interest
Germany - Germany’s Islam problem, Matthew Karnitschnig, Politico

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