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Transatlantic Must-Reads
September 14th, 2017

Arms Trade, Canada, Central Europe, Energy, Digital, EU, Germany, Global, Italy, Iraq, NATO, Poland, Russia,Ukraine

Iraq -
ISIS is near defeat in Iraq. Now comes the hard part, Liz Sly and Aaso Ameen Schwan, Washington Post
Arms Trade
Arms Trade + Trade Update 2017: Out of the Shadows, Paul Holtom and Irene Pavesi, Small Arms Survey
What Are the Trends in Armed Conflicts, and What Do They Mean
for U.S. Defense Policy?
Thomas S. Szayna, Stephen Watts, Angela O’Mahony, Bryan Frederick, Jennifer Kavanagh, RAND
RT, Sputnik and Russia’s New Theory of War, Jim Rutenberg, New York Times Magazine
The empty shell of America’s two-party system, Edward Luce, Financial Times
There’s Blood in the Water in Silicon Valley, Ben Smith, BuzzFeed
Canada/US -
The Border/Perimeter Security Agenda in the Age of Trump: A Coping Strategy for Canada,
Brian Bow, Canadian Global Affairs Institute
Trust (in) NATO: The future of intelligence sharing within the Alliance, Jan Ballast, NATO Defense College
Central Europe -
How Western Capital Colonized Eastern Europe, Leonid Bershidsky, Bloomberg 
Digital/Poland -
National Cyber Security Organisation: Poland, Joanna Świątkowska, Izabela Albrycht, Dominik Skokowski, NATO Cooperative Cyber Defense Centre of Excellence
Ambitious Framework Nation: Germany in NATO, Rainer Glatz, Martin Zapfe, SWP Berlin
EU Defence Policy Needs Strategy - Time for Political Examination of the CSDP’s Reform Objectives, Rosa Beckmann and Ronja Kempin , SWP-Berlin
The EU Is Not Out of the Danger Zone, Stefan Lehne, Tomás Valasek, Carnegie Europe 
Why Italy’s troubled economy is returning to form, The Economist 
A UN Mission for Ukraine’s Donbas?, Gwendolyn Sasse, Carnegie Europe 
Markets shun Nord Stream 2 amid US threat, Andrew Rettman, EUObeserver
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