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Transatlantic Must-Reads
September 18th, 2017

China, Eastern Europe, Energy, EU, Digital, Germany, Iran, Middle East, North Korea, Russia, Turkey

Featured CTR Commentary 
Germany/US - The German Election and Donald Trump. How German–U.S. Relations Are Shaping the Race, Dominik Tolksdorf, Foreign Affairs
 Iran/North Korea -
Abort the Iran Nuclear Deal and Increase the North Korean Nuclear Threat to the US, Robert Hunter, LobeLog
 EU/Eastern Europe - 
How the EU Needs to Manage Relations with its Eastern Neighborhood, Kadri Liik, Carnegie Endowment
To filter or not to filter - That is the question, William Echikson​, CEPS
Digital/Security -
Artificial Intelligence and National Security, Greg Allen and Taniel Chan, Harvard Belfer Center
Migration - 
Italy, Going It Alone, Stems the Flow of Migrants. But at What Cost? Declan Walsh and Jason Horowitz, New York Times
Regulators Without Borders, Mark Scott, Politico
Germany -
Can Merkel and Macron Deliver a Franco-German Plan for Europe? Pierre Vimont, Carnegie 
German Elections: Party Views on Security and Defense, Caspar Kolster, GMF
Gazprom: Double standards in EU antitrust law, Alan Riley, CEPA
Eyeing Elections, Erdoğan Doubles Down on Critics: Will the Strategy Backfire? Sinan Ekim, IAI
Russia-China Relations: Assessing Common Ground and Strategic Fault Lines, Michael S. Chase, Evan S. Medeiros, J. Stapleton Roy, Eugene B. Rumer, Robert Sutter, and Richard Weitz, Carnegie Endowment
CFIUS, Chinese Investment, and How to Improve Both, Derek Scissors, AEI
Challenging the Dogmas of Right and Left, David Frum, The Atlantic  
Middle East
The Hubris of Hezbollah - How the militant group will fumble into the next Middle Eastern war, Andrew Exum, The Atlantic
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