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Transatlantic Must-Reads
September 21st, 2017

Economy, Middle East, Iran, Iraq, Spain, France, Libya, Germany, Russia, Digital, EU, Europe, US

Economy – Short-term momentum: will it be sustained? OECD Interim Economic Outlook
Middle East
Gray Zones in the Middle East, Nicholas Heras, CNAS
The Smart Way to Get Tough with Iran, William J. Burns and Jake Sullivan, New York Times
Mosul eyes Kurdish referendum, Beverley Milton-Edwards and Alexander Brammer​, Brookings
Independence movements in Catalonia and Iraqi Kurdistan face the point of no return, Ishaan Tharoor​, Washington Post
How France Is Making Libya Worse, Jalel Harchaoui​, Foreign Affairs
‘Alternative for Germany’ and the Kremlin: A marriage of convenience? Dmitri Stratievski, Intersection Project
A Fair and Efficient Tax System in the European Union for the Digital Single Market, European Commission
A normative crisis: How to protect democratic values in Europe, Katarzyna Pelczynska-Nalecz, ECFR
Republican government in the United States: Its implications for US foreign policy, Anna Kronlund, FIIA
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