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Transatlantic Must-Reads
November 3rd, 2017
Atlantic Basin, China, Energy, Europe, Iran, Iraq, Middle East, NATO, Russia, Spain, Sweden, US

Featured CTR Commentary

Atlantic Basin/Energy - The Co-Transformation of Energy and Transport: Outlook for the Wider Atlantic, R. Andreas Kraemer, in Energy & Transportation in the Atlantic Basin, Paul Isbell and Eloy Álvarez Pelegry (eds)
Europe/NATO - Deterring the unthinkable: NATO’s role along the Eastern flank, Hans Binnendijk & Anika Binnendijk, Defense News


Russia - Russia’s Tactics in the Western Balkans, Maxim Samorukov, Carnegie Europe
Europe/US - The End of Liberalism?, Damir Marusic, The American Interest
Europe - Many Central and Eastern Europeans see link between religion and national identity, Katayoun Kashi & Kelsey Jo Starr, Pew Research Center
Europe/Spain - Catalan Violence Tarnishes European Values in Post-Soviet View, Larissa Sotieva, LobeLog
Europe/Sweden - Sweden has 65,000 nuclear shelters. Now in the era of Trump, it wants more., Rick Noack, Washington Post
China - China’s soft power comes with a very hard edge, Financial Times
China - How China’s Economy Is Poised to Win the Future, Ian Bremmer, Time
Middle East - Despots are pushing the Arab world to become more secular, The Economist
Iran/Iraq - Iraq Is Not Iran’s Puppet, Renad Mansour, New York Times
Energy - Turning Points: Trends in Countries’ Reaching Peak Greenhouse Gas Emissions Over Time, Kelly Levin & David Rich, World Resources Institute


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