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Transatlantic Must-Reads
September 7th, 2017

Digital, Energy, Europe, EU, Germany, Greece, Islam, Migration, Resilience, Russia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Syria, UK


Energy/Digital - Dragonfly: Western energy sector targeted by sophisticated attack group, Symantec
 Europe -
The European trust crisis and the rise of populism, Yann Algan, Sergei Guriev, Elias Papaioannou, and Evgenia Passari​, Brookings
Europe/Asia -
European policy in Asia: Getting past mercatorism and mercantilism, Ian Bond, Centre for European Reform
 EU/Russia -
Hybrid Cooperation: A New Model for Russia-EU Relations, Andrey Kortunov​, Carnegie Moscow Center
Germany -
How Germany should change its approach to Arms Control, Claudia Major, Christian Mölling, Carnegie Europe
 Germany/Turkey -
The Cost of a German Breakup With Turkey, Charlotte Brandsma, World Politics Review  
Greece -
Over taxation at the heart of Greece’s non-recovery economy, Theodore Pelagidis​, Brookings
 Islam -
Can Political Islam make it in the modern world? The Economist
Migration -
Europe’s Flawed Thinking on Mediterranean Migration, Tim Eaton, Paul Melly, Chatham House 
 Migration -
Tracing the Channels Refugees Use to Seek Protection in Europe, Susan Fratzke and Brian Salant, Migration Policy Institute
Resilience -
The Evolution of the Hybrid Threat, and Resilience as a Countermeasure, Uwe Hartmann, NATO Defense College
Russia/Bosnia and Herzegovina -
Russia's Bosnia Gambit - Intrigue in the Balkans, Jasmin Mujanovic, Foreign Affairs
Syria -
U.N. Panel Faults Syria’s Military for Chemical Attack, Nick Cumming Bruce, New York Times
UK/Gulf -
Global Britain in the Gulf: Brexit and Relations with the GCC, Antoine Vagneur-Jones, FRS
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