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Transatlantic Must-Reads
September 6th, 2017

Azerbaijan, Defense, EU, Energy, Iran, Netherlands, Russia, Turkey, Ukraine, US, Sweden, UK, Trade

Featured SAIS/CTR-Commentary:

Poland - Polish Encounters, Charles Gati, New Eastern Europe
Poland - Poland is Testing the Limits of the European Experiment, Elizabeth Pond, Christian Science Monitor

Azerbaijan/Finance/Corruption - The Azerbaijani Laundromat, Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project
Defense -
U.S. Army unprepared to deal with Russia in Europe, Wesley Morgan, Politico
EU - 
Defending EU Values in Poland and Hungary, Heather Grabbe and Stefan Lehne, Carnegie
EU - Turkey -
Evolution of the EU’s and Turkey’s Security Interests, Threat Perceptions and Discourse, Jakob Lindgaard, Pol Morillas & Soli Özel, Danish Institute for International Studies
Energy -
Gas Security in the Pipeline—Expectations and Realities, Aleksandra Gawlikowska-Fyk, Jakub M. Godzimirski, The Polish Institute of International Affairs 

 Iran - How to Get Out of the Iran Nuclear Deal, John Bolton, National Review
Netherlands - 
This Tiny Country Feeds the World, Frank Viviano, National Geographic
Russia -
Controlling Chaos: How Russia manages its political war in Europe, Mark Galeotti, European Council on Foreign Relations
Russia - 
Russia’s Crony Capitalism: Stagnant But Stable, Anders Aslund, CASE
Turkey -
Turkeys’s new Alliances, Gonul Tol and Alex Vatanka, Foreign Affairs
Ukraine - 
A Reminder to Continue Ukraine Reforms, Gwendolyn Sasse, Carnegie Europe
US -
Is America Still a ‘Nation of Ideas’? Jedidiah Purdy, Politico Magazine
US/Sweden -
Mattis reportedly threatens Swedish defense cooperation over nuclear treaty, Aaron Mehta, Defense News
The Hollowing Out of the Special Relationship - The Bleak Future of the U.S.-British Alliance,  Jeffrey A. Stacey, Foreign Affairs 
US victory as WTO overturns Boeing state aid ruling, Peggy Hollinger and Jim Brundsden, Financial Times
Trade - 
Understanding the Transatlantic Economy: Brexit, Part II, Peter Chase, GMF

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