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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Friday July 8th, 2016


US, Afghanistan, China, UK, Iraq, NATO, EU, Russia, Germany, Spain, Balkans

US5 takeaways from Clinton’s email reprieve, Glenn Thrush, Politico Europe
US/Afghanistan
The Obama Strategy in Afghanistan: Finding a Way to Win, Anthony H. Cordesman, CSIS
US/China
China Will Never Respect the U.S. Over the South China Sea. Here’s Why, Hannah Beech, Time
UK/Iraq -
Chilcot report: key points from the Iraq inquiry, The Guardian
UK/Iraq
5 takeaways from Chilcot Report on Tony Blair’s Iraq war, Tom McTague, Politico Europe
NATO
Stumbling Blocks to NATO’s Strategic Adaptation Initiative, Alexandra de Hoop Scheffer and Martin Michelot, GMF 
NATO
Support for NATO is widespread among member nations, Danielle Cuddington, Pew Research
EU
Only More Europe Can Beat Europe’s Nationalists, Guy Verhofstadt, Project Syndicate
EU/Russia
The Effects of Sanctions and Counter-Sanctions on EU-Russian Trade Flows, Daniel Gros and Federica Mustilli, CEPS
Russia
Karachaevo-Cherkessia’s Governor Faces Tough Challenge in Upcoming Election Period, Valery Dzutsati, Jamestown Foundation
Germany
Why Europe’s largest economy is resisting the new industrial revolution, Matthew Karnitschnig, Politico Europe
Germany/Russia
Germany Is Rekindling Its Bromance With Russia, Hans Kundnani, Foreign Policy
Spain
Insurgents vs stabilisers: Spanish politics post-Brexit, Francisco de Borja Lasheras, ECFR
Balkans -
Backing the Balkans - Prioritizing EU Enlargement Post-Brexit, Edward P. Joseph, Sasha Toperich, and Ognen Vangelov, Foreign Affairs

 
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