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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Monday, June 19th 2017

France, Germany, Syria, Iraq, Qatar, Europe, US, NATO, Russia, Energy, Finland, Digital, Spain, EU

France - 4 takeaways from the French parliamentary election, Pierre Briançon, Politico Europe
France, Germany -
The age of Merkron, The Economist
Syria, Iraq -
Why Is the U.S. Killing So Many Civilians in Syria and Iraq? Micah Zenko, New York Times
Qatar -
Qatar Punched Above Its Weight. Now It's Paying the Price, Joost Hiltermann, New York Times
Europe, US -
America in Retreat, Europe en Marche, Sylvie Kauffmann, New York Times
NATO war game defends Baltic weak spot for first time, Andrius Sytas, Reuters
Germany -
The Political Legacy of Helmut Kohl, Wolfram Bickerich, Spiegel Online
Germany -
The Pear Who Ate Germany, Josef Joffe, Foreign Policy
Germany -
What Helmut Kohl Taught Bill Clinton, Clemens Wergin, New York Times
US, Russia -
What Will Happen If Congress Strengthens Russia Sanctions? Dmitri Simes, National Interest
Energy -
The U.S. is Exposing Europe's Divide on Nord Stream 2, Walter Russell Mead, American Interest
Finland -
True Finns split holds lesson for Europe’s populists, Richard Milne, Financial Times
Digital -
Digital dominance and the competition cops, Financial Times
Spain -
Spain's economic recovery. Stamp of approval, The Economist
EU -
The EU’s choice: Perspectives on deepening and differentiation, Tuomas Iso-Markku, Juha Jokela, Kristi Raik, Teija Tiilikainen & Eeva Innola, FIIA
Europe -
Europe’s Power Shifts, Bettina Vestring, Berlin Policy Journal

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