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Transatlantic Must-Reads
September 26th, 2017

Digital, EU, Europe, France, Germany, NATO, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Terrorism, Ukraine

France/EU - Macron makes radical appeal for stronger EU, Anne-Sylvaine Chassany, Financial Times
France -
New Pact for Europe. National Report France, European Policy Centre
In Germany, the Center Holds, Anna Sauerbrey, New York Times 
How to watch Germany’s government transition like a pro, Emma Anderson and Judith Mischke, Politico
Digital/EU -
Europe’s digital agenda: Deliverables for the Digital Summit in Tallinn, Joint initiative by France, Germany, Italy and Spain, Non-paper
US -
The Dying Art of Disagreement, Bret Stephens, New York Times
US/Russia - 
Russian Operatives Used Facebook to Exploit Divisions over Black Political Activism and Muslims, Adam Entous, Craig Timberg and Elizabeth Dwoskin, Washington Post
Terrorism/Europe - 
Facing the Evolving Jihadi Threat in Europe, Thomas Renard, Clingendael
Spain -
Catalonia referendum: How did we get here? Arnau Busquets Guardia, Politico
UK/Energy -
Brexit and Energy: Time to make some hard choices, Sir Philip Lowe, CER
A New Strategic Concept for NATO? Patrick Keller, AEI
Ukraine -
Ukraine and Drive-by Analysts. Is it in US national interest to help Ukraine? Bohdan Vitvitsky, Vox Ukraine
Europe -
Living in denial - The cultural factor in European politics and history, Lars Vissing & Fabrizio Tassinari , DIIS
Sweden - 
Aurora: Sweden’S Response to Zapad? Justyna Gotkowska, OSW
Sweden -
Sweden’s Choice: NATO or the Nuclear Ban? Emil Dall, RUSI
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