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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Monday, March 20th, 2017


Syria, Terrorism, Economy, Energy, US, Europe, France, Digital, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Germany, China

Syria - Western Policy Towards Syria: Applying Lessons Learned, Lina Khatib, et. al, Chatham House
Terrorism -
A New Strategy Against ISIS and al Qaeda, Frederick W. Kagan & Kimberly Kagan, Wall Street Journal/AEI
Economy -
The world economy is picking up, Economist
Energy -
European Energy Security Reimagined, Ellen Scholl & Kirsten Westphal, SWP
US, Europe -
A Little Advice to Europe, From your Best Friend, Theodore Roosevelt Malloch, Foreign Policy
Europe -
The closing of the European mind, and how to reopen it, Heather Grabbe & Stefan Lehne, Carnegie Europe
Europe -
Broken Europe is down but not out, Timothy Garton Ash, Financial Times
Europe -
A “European Spring” in the making? Matteo Garavoglia, Brookings
Europe -
Once in the Shadows, Europe’s Neo-Fascists Are Re-emerging, Rick Lyman, New York Times
France -
The meaning of Macron, Charles Grant, Centre for European Reform
Digital -
I invented the web. Here are three things we need to change to save it, Tim Berners-Lee, The Guardian
Armenia -
Azerbaijan's Foreign Policy: What Role for the West in the South Caucasus? Anar Valiyev, Center for Transatlantic Relations/DGAP
Azerbaijan -
Azerbaijan’s Lost Transparency, Thomas de Waal, Carnegie Europe
Germany -
Berlin to the rescue? A closer look at Germany’s position on Brexit, Sophia Besch & Christian Odendahl, CER
US -
The battle to define an ‘America First’ foreign policy divides the Trump White House, Greg Jaffe, Washington Post
China -
Technology: China reboots its superpower ambitions, Louise Lucas & Emily Feng, Financial Times


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