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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Friday, June 9th 2017

UK, Belarus, Europe, Migration, Turkey, Energy, US, China, Middle East, Western Balkans

UK - 5 takeaways from the UK election, Charlie Cooper, Politico Europe
UK -
Theresa May seeks to cling to power with Northern Ireland party, Robert Wright & Henry Mance, Financial Times
Belarus -
Belarus’s Quest for Self-Identity Aided by Outside Actors, Grigory Ioffe, Jamestown Foundation
Europe, Migration -
Europe’s “Suspended Communities”, Andrew A. Michta, American Interest
Turkey, Energy -
An Independent Actor: Turkish Foreign and Energy Policy Toward Russia, Iran, and Iraq, Aaron Stein, Atlantic Council
US -
Statement for the Record Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, James B. Comey
US -
For Trump, the ‘Cloud’ Just Grew That Much Darker, Peter Baker, New York Times
US -
Five takeaways from Comey’s dramatic testimony, Josh Gerstein & Kyle Cheney, Politico
US, China -
Will China fill the vacuum left by America? Economist
US, Middle East -
Qatar Crisis Turns Into Proxy Battle of Mideast Rivals, Yaroslav Trofimov, Wall Street Journal
US, Western Balkans -
Erratic Ambiguity: The Impact of Trump’s Unpredictable ForeignPolicy in the Western Balkans, Kurt Bassuener & Valery Perry, DPC

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