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September 11th, 2018
Energy, EU, Europe, Germany, Global, Russia, Sanctions, Security, Sweden, Terrorism, Trade, Turkey, Ukraine, US

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Must-Reads
Terrorism - Seventeen years after Sept. 11, Al Qaeda may be stronger than ever, Nabih Bulos, Los Angeles Times
US - We expected the war on terror to unite us. What went wrong? Charles Lane, Washington Post
US - The Cost of American Retreat, Robert Kagan, Wall Street Journal
US/Russia - Want to Improve Relations with Russia? Here’s a START, Steven Pifer, Brookings Institution
US/Russia - America and Russia are Headed Toward a Hypersonic Showdown, Angus Ross and Andrew Savchenko, The National Interest
Sweden/Europe - Real story of Sweden’s election is not about march of the far right, Jon Henley, The Guardian
GlobalA Fragmented Multilateralism? Kemal Dervis, Project Syndicate
Trade - US trade talks with EU on course for partial deal in November, James Politi and Jim Brunsden, Financial Times
Trade - Trade wars: China fears an emerging united front, Tom Mitchell, Financial Times
Germany/Energy - Northern Germany’s pipe dream, Joshua Posaner, Politico
Germany/Turkey President Erdoğan Goes to Berlin, Marc Pierini, Carnegie Europe
Security - PESCO and Security Cooperation Between the EU and Turkey, Senem Aydın-Düzgit and Alessandro Marrone, IAI Rome, Stiftung Mercator, Istanbul Policy Center
Security - Russia starts biggest manoeuvres ever, seen by NATO as rehearsal for ‘large-scale conflict’, Georgi Gotev, Euractiv
Russia/Ukraine - Why Independence for Ukraine’s Orthodox Church Is an Earthquake for Putin, Taras Kuzio, Atlantic Council
US/Sanctions - Is the U.S. Using Sanctions Too Aggressively? Peter Harrell, Foreign Affairs
EU - The unstately state of Europe’s union, Ryan Heath, Politico

 
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Dr. Daniel S. Hamilton, Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Professor, at Johns Hopkins University SAIS
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