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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Friday, June 16th 2017

Balkans, Europe, US, Digital, Energy, EU, Libya, Migration, Germany, Greece, Russia, Afghanistan, Cuba, Western Balkans

CTR Commentary

Balkans - Radicalization Among Muslim Communities in the Balkans: Trends and Issues, Testimony Of Dr. Majda Ruge, Senate Committee on Foreign Relations
Europe -
Across Europe, a Tentative Support of Unity, Kevin Drew, U.S. News
US -
The Legacy and Lessons of Zbigniew Brzezinski, Robert E. Hunter, LobeLog

Digital - The World of Webcraft: Using Networks Against Shadow Finance, Anne-Marie Slaughter & Gordon LaForge, The Washington Quarterly
Energy -
Nord Stream 2 can wait, Georg Zachmann, Bruegel
Energy -
The Next Energy Revolution, David G. Victor & Kassia Yanosek, Foreign Affairs
EU, Libya, Migration -
Don’t close borders, manage them: how to improve EU policy on migration through Libya, Mattia Toaldo, ECFR
Germany -
Germany’s intelligence reform: More surveillance, modest restraints and inefficient controls, Dr. Thorsten Wetzling, Stiftung Neue Verantwortung
Greece -
Greece gets more money, Europe hopes for better days, Bjarke Smith-Meyer & Johanna Treeck, Politico Europe
Russia -
The New Face of Russian Resistance, Masha Gessen, New York Review of Books
US, Afghanistan -
About 4,000 more US troops to go to Afghanistan, Lolita C. Baldor and Robert Burns, AP
US, Cuba -
Trump to clamp down on Cuba travel and trade, Marc Caputo & Daniel Ducassi, Politico
US, Europe, Russia -
The Future of Transatlantic Sanctions on Russia, Peter Harrell, Tom Keatinge, Sarah Lain & Elizabeth Rosenberg, CNAS
US, Western Balkans -
Testimony by Deputy Assistant Secretary Hoyt Yee, Senate Foreign Relations Committee Subcommittee on Europe and Regional Security Cooperation

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