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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

Must-Reads 
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
Global/Security/US
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
Russia/Digital
RT, Sputnik and Russia’s New Theory of War, Jim Rutenberg, New York Times Magazine
US
The empty shell of America’s two-party system, Edward Luce, Financial Times
US/Digital
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
NATO
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
Germany
Ambitious Framework Nation: Germany in NATO, Rainer Glatz, Martin Zapfe, SWP Berlin
EU
EU Defence Policy Needs Strategy - Time for Political Examination of the CSDP’s Reform Objectives, Rosa Beckmann and Ronja Kempin , SWP-Berlin
EU
The EU Is Not Out of the Danger Zone, Stefan Lehne, Tomás Valasek, Carnegie Europe 
Italy
Why Italy’s troubled economy is returning to form, The Economist 
Ukraine
A UN Mission for Ukraine’s Donbas?, Gwendolyn Sasse, Carnegie Europe 
Energy
Markets shun Nord Stream 2 amid US threat, Andrew Rettman, EUObeserver
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