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Transatlantic Must-Reads
September 22nd, 2017

UK, EU, Nuclear, Russia, US, China, Economy, Innovation, Sweden, Eurozone, Migration

Featured CTR Commentary
Sweden and Finland at Odds over Nuclear Weapons Ban Treaty, Emanuel Örtengren and Senni Salmi
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May’s Speech in Florence: Full Text
Nuclear - Meeting U.S. Deterrence Requirements. Toward a Sustainable National Consensus, Brookings Working Group Report, Robert Einhorn and Steven Pifer, coordinators 
Russia - 
A Successful Failure: Russia After Crime(a), Olga Irisova, Anton Barbashin, Fabian Burkhardt, Ernest Wyciszkiewicz, Center for Polish-Russian Dialogue and Understanding 
Russia -
Court and Politburo: Putin’s Changing Inner Circle, Konstantin Gaaze, Carnegie Moscow
US/China/Economy -
Parallel Perspectives on the Global Economic Order: A U.S-China Essay Collection, CSIS
The next wave, The Economist
A funny kind of neutrality, The Economist
EU -
Europe’s fourfold union: Updating the 2012 vision, Nicolas Veron, Bruegel
Eurozone -
Is the Eurozone really out of the Woods? Simon Tilford, CER
Migration - 
The Fiscal Costs of the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program at the Federal, State and Local Levels, from 2005-2014, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Migration -
Still in Limbo: About a Million Asylum Seekers Await Word on Whether They Can Call Europe Home, Phillip Connor, Pew Research Center
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