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Transatlantic Must-Reads
September 15th, 2017

Authoritarianism, China, Climate, Digital, Energy, EU, Germany, Iran, Migration, Norway, Russia, Syria, Ukraine

Must-Reads:
 
IranTrump Signals He Will Choose Approach on Iran That Preserves Nuclear Deal, David Sanger, New York Times
ClimateAfter Paris: A Climate Agenda that Serves U.S. Interests, David Gordon, Divya P. Reddy and Elizabeth Rosenberg, CNAS
EU/InvestmentWelcoming Foreign Direct Investment while Protecting Essential Interests, European Commission
EU/Digital - Proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on a framework for the free flow of non-personal data in the European Union, European Commission
Norway - What Right-Wing Populists look like in Norway, Emily Schultheis, The Atlantic
MigrationTracing the Channels Refugees Use to Seek Protection in Europe, Susan Fratzke and Brian Salant, Migration Policy Institute
UkraineHow the West can contain – and end – the conflict in Ukraine, Luigi Scazzieri, Centre for European Reform
Russia/Digital I Bought a Russian Bot Army for under $100, Joseph Fox, Daily Beast
AuthoritarianismAn Era of Authoritarian Influence? How Democracies Should Respond, Thorsten Benner​, Foreign Affairs
Energy/Germany Germany’s Transition from Coal to Renewables Offers Lessons for the World, Emma Bryce, Scientific American 
ChinaWhat the West Gets Wrong About China's Economy - Debt, Trade, and Corruption, Yukon Huang, Foreign Affairs 
EnergyEU drafts tough conditions for Russia pipeline, Andrew Rettman, EUObserver 
GermanyHow Germany is integrating its refugees, The Economist
SyriaTurkey and the United States in Syria: Allies, Frenemies, or Worse? Ahmet K. Han, Behlül Özkan​, GMF
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