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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Tuesday, October 18th 2016
Canada, Energy, EU, Germany, Iran, Iraq, Ireland, IS, Migration, Moldova, Russia, Syria, UK, US, Western Balkans
 

IS/Iraq/Syria - Surviving the Fall of ISIS, James Verini, National Geographic
Syria - The Perplexing Problems of Solving Syria, Steven Cook, War on the Rocks

US/Iraq - Will “Winning” in Mosul be “Losing”? Anthony H. Cordesman, CSIS

US/Iran - In Private, Clinton Split With Obama on Iran, Eli Lake, Bloomberg

US - A distracted America in a dangerous world, Gideon Rachman, Financial Times
US - The Roots of Hillary Clinton’s Foreign Policy, George Friedman, Geopolitical Futures

US - Tim Kaine's Radical Optimism, Evan Osnos, New Yorker

Moldova - Keeping the Transnistrian conflict on the radar of the EU, Benedikt Harzl, CTR/Österreichische Gesellschaft für Europapolitik

EU/Western Balkans - Reinstating the Transformative Power of the European Union in the western Balkans, Zoran Nechev, European Fund for the Balkans

UK/Ireland - Brexit and the Border: Managing the UK/Ireland impact, Katy Hayward, Milena Komarova & Michael Buttazzoni, Queen's University Belfast

Canada/EU - Is the EU good for anything anymore? Jeremy Kinsman, iPolitics

Germany/Russia - Germany Struggles to Find United Stance on Russia, Der Spiegel

Russia - State-led Nationalism in Today’s Russia. Uniting the people with conservative values? Veera Laine, Finnish Institute of International Affairs

Migration - Seven worrying trends in the European refugee crisis, Susi Dennison, ECFR

Energy - The Nordic countries on Nord Stream 2: between scepticism and neutrality, Justyna Gotkowska, Piotr Szymański, OSW

 

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