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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Wednesday June 29th, 2016

Turkey, Terrorism, IS, US, Europe, UK, Russia, Asia, EU, Iran, Global
Turkey/Terrorism - Who is behind Istanbul attack? Henri J. Barkey, CNN
Turkey -
Flurry of diplomatic activity marks Turkey foreign policy shift, Laura Pitel, Financial Times
IS -
Global Efforts to Defeat ISIS - Brett H. McGurk, Special Presidential Envoy for the Global Coalition to Counter ISIL, Testimony before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee
US -
US Election Note: Economic Policy After 2016, Christopher Smart, Chatham House
Key takeaways on international image of the U.S., Obama and presidential candidates, Jacob Poushter, Pew Research
Is America's Foreign-Policy Pendulum Swinging Back to Intervention? Yoni Applebaum, The Atlantic
Evaluating Future U.S. Army Force Posture in Europe, Kathleen H. Hicks, Heather A. Conley, Lisa Sawyer Samp, Jeffrey Rathke, John O’Grady and Anthony Bell, CSIS
UK -
Parliament voted to hold the EU referendum – it can vote to ignore it, Robert Hunter, The Guardian
UK -
The Norway option is the best available for the UK, Wolfgang Münchau, Financial Times
Who are the candidates who could take on Jeremy Corbyn? John Rentoul, The Independent
UK -
Now what? Post-Brexit trade scenarios for the UK, John Bruton, Martens Centre
On His Majesty’s Secret Services, Karina Orlova, The American Interest
Europe/Asia -
Europe’s potential in addressing maritime security in Asia: a Japanese view, Michito Tsuruoka, European Policy Center
Shared Vision, Common Action: A Stronger Europe, High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy
Vigorous Verification in Iran, Mark Hibbs, Carnegie
Global -
Frozen Conflicts: A Tool Kit for US Policymakers, Agnia Grigas, Atlantic Council

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