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Transatlantic Must-Reads
September 4th, 2017


Welcome back! We resume our must-reads service today.

Afghanistan, US, France, Germany, UK, Europe, EU, Eastern Europe, Economy, Terrorism

 CTR Commentary:
 Afghanistan -
It’s Time to Leave AfghanistanRobert Hunter, LobeLog

Must-Reads: 
Afghanistan - The 3 wars in Afghanistan, Bruce Riedel, Brookings
US - How Harvey will Change Texas, Richard Parker, Politico
US - Cultural Exchange Programs fear Visa Cuts from Trump Order, Steve Karnowski, Washington Post
US/Europe - 
Managing Unpredictability: Transatlantic relations in the Trump era, Mika Aaltola and Bart Gaens (eds), Finnish Institute of International Affairs
EU/Eastern Europe - How the EU Needs to Manage Relations With Its Eastern Neighborhood, Kadri Liik, Carnegie Endowment
France - 5 Key Points from Macron’s Big Labor Reform, Nicholas Vinocur, Politico
France - Terror in the Terroir, The Roots of France’s Jihadist Problem, Jytte Klausen, Foreign Affairs
Terrorism - In Barcelona and Finland, Europe's New Normal, A Familiar Pattern of Islamist Terror, Robin Simcox, Foreign Affairs
Terrorism - Reflections on the Terrorist Attacks in Barcelona: Constructing a principled and trust-based EU approach to countering terrorism, Sergio Carrera, Elspeth Guild, Valsamis Mitsilegas, CEPS
Terrorism - Terrorism will always be with us, Raffaello Pantucci, Financial Times
Germany - The Cartel: Collusion Between Germany’s Biggest Carmakers, Spiegel Online
GermanyGermany’s Trade Surplus: Causes and Effects, Heiner Flassbeck, American Affairs
Germany/US - Berlin’s Balancing Act, Merkel Needs Trump—but Also Needs to Keep Her Distance,
Stefan Theil, Foreign Affairs
Economy - Understanding the Transatlantic Economy: Brexit - Part I, Peter Chase, GMF
Economy - Three radical ideas to transform the post-crisis economy, Martin Sandbu, Financial Times
UK/Europe - Britain’s global ambitions remain tied to Europe, Financial Times

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