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Transatlantic Must-Reads
July 11th 2017

Global, US, Terrorism, Iran, Caucasus, Energy, Russia, Germany, Turkey, Balkans, Economy, Antartica

Must Reads

Global - Donald Trump’s Clash of Civilizations Versus the Global Community, Martin Wolf, Financial Times
 US
‘Category 5 hurricane’: White House Under Siege by Trump Jr.’s Russia Revelations, Phlip Rucker and Ashley Parker, Washington Post
US -
The Alleged Collusion with Russia is about Much More Than Trump’s Family, Ishaan Tharoor, The Washington Post
US/Terrorism -
Step Back: Lessons for U.S. Foreign Policy from the Failed War on Terror, A. Trevor Thrall and Steve Goepner, Cato Institute
US/Iran -
The Trump Administration Should Read Its Own Documents About Regime Change in Iran, Ishaan Tharoor, Washington Post
Iran
Europe Wary as U.S. Scrutinizes Iran Nuclear Deal, Laurence Norman, Wall Street Journal 
Iran/Caucasus -
The South Caucasus and Iran in the Post-Sanctions Era, Andrea Weiss and Yana Zabanova, SWP
Energy -
Talos and Premier in ‘significant’ Mexico Oil Discovery, Jude Webber and Nathalie Thomas, Financial Times
US/Russia
The Trump Administration has Forfeited the Right to be Trusted on Russia, Weekly Standard
Germany -
Merkel's Next Challenge, Sudha David-Wilp, Foreign Affairs
Turkey -
How Erdoganism Is Killing Turkish Democracy, Soner Cagaptay and Oya Rose Aktas, Foreign Affairs
Balkans
Trieste Test for Western Balkan Unity, Valerie Hopkins, Politico
Economy
Good Work: The Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices, Mathew Taylor  
Antarctica -
One of the Biggest Icebergs in Recorded History Just Broke Loose from Antarctica, Chris Mooney, Washington Post

 

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