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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Wednesday April 13, 2016

Counter-terrorism, IS, Iraq, Digital, US, Russia, Defense, EU, Macedonia, UK, Migration, France, Turkey, Kurds, China, Energy

Counter-terrorism Transatlantic counter-terrorism cooperation, Marco Funk and Florian Trauner, ISS Europa
IS -
U.S. Military Campaign Takes Toll on ISIS’ Cash Flow, Matthew Rosenberg, Helene Cooper, Nicholas Kulish, New York Times
Iraq -
What happens next? Erika Solomon, Financial Times
Digital –
How Europe can get encryption right, Thorsten Benner and Mirko Hohmann, Politico Europe
Donald Trump Has a Coherent, Realist Foreign Policy, Rosa Brooks, Foreign Policy
Are Republican Voters Throwing Away Their Shot? Andrew McGill, The Atlantic
System Overload, James Surowiecki, New Yorker
Newly-Formed National Guard Cannot Dispel Putin’s Multiple Insecurities, Pavel K. Baev, The Jamestown Foundation
Envisioning European defence, Jan Joel Andersson, Sven Biscop, Bastian Giegerich, Christian Mölling and Thierry Tardy, ISS Europa
EU/Macedonia -
EU dismayed as Macedonia crisis reignites, Andrew Rettman, EU Observer
Why the Panama Papers could determine the EU’s future, Andrew Hammond, Globe and Mail
How Europe is punishing migrants, Tim Meko and Swati Sharma, Washington Post
France  -
What's a European Liberal to Do? Sylvie Kaufmann, New York Times
Turkey -
Turkey Has Given Up on Democracy Outside Its Borders, Too, Senem Aydin-Dutgit, Carnegie
Turkey: Divided We Stand, Emre Erdogan, GMF
The Resurfacing Turkish-Kurdish Question and its Regional Impact, Kristian Brakel, DGAP
China’s G-20 presidency: Where geopolitics meets global governance, Bruce Jones, Brookings
Surface Tension: Chinese Aggression Roils Southeast Asian Waters, Stewart M. Patrick, Council on Foreign Relations
Energy -
Chill winds still blow through the oil market, Ed Crooks, Financial Times

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