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Transatlantic Must-Reads
September 11th, 2017

Belarus, EU, Europe, Germany, North Korea, Russia, US/China


Belarus - So far from god, so close to Russia: Belarus and the Zapad military exercise, Fredrik Wesslau & Andrew Wilson, ECFR
EU -
The Euro’s Narrow Path, Barry Eichengreen, Project Syndicate
North Korea -
The Korean Missile Crisis - Why Deterrence Is Still the Best Option, Scott D. Sagan​, Foreign Affairs
US/China/Africa -
Escaping China’s Shadow, Aubrey Hruby, the Atlantic Council 
US/Europe -
Immigration and White Identity in the West - How to Deal With Declining Majorities, Eric Kaufmann​
EU -
Euroskeptics in free fall at European Parliament, Maia De la Baume, Politico 
EU -
Angela Merkel: Europe needs coherent foreign policy, Esther King, Politico 
Germany -
In Upcoming Elections, Will Germany’s Turks Obey Erdogan? Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian, Foreign Policy 
Russia/Europe -
Nato chief: world is at its most dangerous point in a generation, Daniel Boffey, The Guardian
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