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Summer Review
Balkans, Black Sea, Energy, EU, Europe, Germany, Global, Nuclear, Russia, US

The Transatlantic Must-Reads return today with a summer review. Tell your friends and colleagues to subscribe by clicking here

Must-Reads
Global -
After Afghanistan, let’s not be misty-eyed about the West’s rules-based order, H.A. Hellyer, Politico 
US -
Here’s how Biden could mitigate the damage done by the Afghan withdrawal, Hans Binnendijk and Robert Bell, Defense News 
US -
The Biden doctrine will allow America to focus on bigger goals, Stephen Walt, Financial Times 
US -
From 9/11 to 1/6: The War on Terror Supercharged the Far Right, Cynthia Miller-Idriss, Foreign Affairs 
US -
The United States of Sanctions, Daniel W. Drezner, Foreign Affairs 
US/Europe -
The transatlantic relationship: Radical reform is in the U.S. national interest, Barry R. Posen, Hague Center for Strategic Studies 
Europe -
Three lessons for Europe from the fall of Afghanistan, Jean-Marie Guéhenno, ECFR 
Europe -
What Afghanistan Should Mean for Europe, Judy Dempsey, Carnegie Europe 
EU -
Europe, Afghanistan Is Your Wake-Up Call, Josep Borrell Fontelles, New York Times 
Nuclear -
The Future of Transatlantic Nuclear Deterrence, Texas National Security Review 
Balkans/EU -
The Balkans Don’t Believe the EU Anymore, Benjamin Haddad and Damir Marusic, Foreign Policy 
Russia/Black Sea -
Russia’s Battle for the Black Sea, Angela Stent, Foreign Affairs 
Russia/Germany/US/Energy -
Nord Stream 2 and the Energy Security Dilemma: Opportunities, Options and Obstacles for a Grand Bargain, Maria Shagina and Kirsten Westphal, SWP

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