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Transatlantic Must-Reads
July 26th 2017

EU, Russia, US, North Korea, Healthcare, Israel, Syria, Norway, Energy, Climate, Migration, Balkans, Canada, NATO 

Must Reads

EU - Europe's Hamilton Moment, Pierpaolo Barbieri and Shahin Vallée, Foreign Affairs
EU -
Liberalism under Attack: Is the EU a Fortress or a Sandcastle? Ian Bond, Centre for European Reform
Russia -
Who Will Win the Battle for the Bolshoi?, Alexander Baunov, Foreign Policy 
Russia/US -
U.S.-Russia relations six months into the Trump administration, Brookings, Steven Pifer
North Korea -
A Blueprint for New Sanctions on North Korea, Edward Fishman, Peter Harrell and Elizabeth Rosenberg, CNAS
US -
Why Trump’s Ban on Transgender Service people Is Flatly Unconstitutional, Richard Primus, Politico
US – W
hy we may not have to worry about how Donald Trump may handle a foreign policy crisis, Daniel Drezner, Washington Post
The Next AIDS Pandemic, Laurie Garrett, Foreign Policy
Israel -
From Cast Lead to Protective Edge: Lessons from Israel's Wars in Gaza, Raphael S. Cohen, David E. Johnson, David E. Thaler, Brenna Allen, Elizabeth M. Bartels, James Cahill, Shira Efron, RAND
Syria -
Can the latest attempt at a ceasefire in Syria succeed?, The Economist 
Norway/Energy/Climate -
Oil and the battle for Norway’s soul, Richard Milne, Financial Times
Unchecked Migration Continues to Splinter Europe, Andrew Michta, Carnegie Europe
Balkans -
Change of guard atop ‘disastrous’ Balkan state, Valerie Hopkins, Politico
Canada/NATO -
Canada’s Military Operations on NATO’s Eastern Flank: Why They Matter, Andrew Rasiulis, Canadian Global Affairs Institute

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