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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Thursday, September 1st, 2016

Digital, Energy, Europe, France, Germany, Migration, Kosovo, Russia, Syria, Terrorism, Turkey, Ukraine, US

Digital - Apple and the Need for an EU US Reboot, Pierre Briancon, Politico Europe
Digital - Washington will not let Brussels have the last word on Apple, Itai Grinberg, Financial Times
Energy - A tale of two countries: Italy, Germany, and Russian gas Giovanna De Maio, Brookings
Germany/Energy - It’s not easy being green, The Economist
Germany/Energy - Dependence management: The Background of the German gas policy, Rafal Bajczuk, OSW
Energy - Completing Europe: Gas Interconnections in Central and Southeastern Europe – An Update, John Roberts, Atlantic Council
Europe - Small but not too beautiful, The Economist
France - The West Can Have Burkinis or Democracy, but Not Both, Yascha Mounk, Foreign Policy
Germany - Paper Tiger No More, Alexandra de Hoop Scheffer, Berlin Policy Journal
Migration - Number of Refugees to Europe Surges to Record 1.3 Million in 2016, Phillip Connor, Pew Research Center
Kosovo - How the West Built a Failed State in Kosovo, Aidan Hehir, The National Interest
Russia - A Transatlantic Strategy for Russia Taskforce White Paper, Julianne Smith, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Russia - Why there will be no “reset” with Russia, Angela Stent, The Washington Post/Brookings
Syria - In Search of an EU Role in the Syrian War, Marc Pierini, Carnegie Europe
Terrorism - Coalition Contributions to Countering the Islamic State, Kathleen J. McInnis, Congressional Research Service
Terrorism - Europe in the Crosshairs: Political Implications of Terror, Carl Hvenmark Nilsson, CSIS
Turkey - Turkish Troops in Syria Deepen America’s Quandary, Robert E. Hunter, Lobelog
Ukraine - Revisiting the Minsk II Agreement, Carl Hvenmark Nilsson, CSIS
US - Why Hillary Clinton wouldn’t be a foreign policy hawk as president, Jeremey Shapiro and Richard Sokolsky, Vox
US - World’s Mind Made Up on US Presidential Race, Bruce Stokes, YaleGlobal
US - Think of Obama as a foreign-policy version of Warren Buffett, Derek Chollet, The Washington Post

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