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Transatlantic Must-Reads
October 20th, 2017
 China, Europe, EU, Eurozone, Migration, Russia, Somalia, Syria, Terrorism, Turkey

Must-Reads

EU/Turkey - EU leaders agree to explore cutting accession funds to Turkey, Jacopo Barigazzi, Politico
Turkey -
Turkey's New Missiles - What the S-400 Means for Ankara and NATO, Samuel Hickey
Europe
European Populism is Here to Stay, Matthew Goodwin, New York Times
Europe/Security -
Autonomy or integration? Small-state responses to a changing European security landscape, Kristin Haugevik, Pernille Rieker , NUPI
Syria -
Keeping Out of Syria. The Least Bad Option, Robert S. Ford, Foreign Affairs
Terrorism
Preventing the Next Attack, Lisa Monaco, Foreign Affairs
Terrorism/Somalia
Can Somalia Ever Win Against al-Shabab? Alex de Waal, Foreign Policy
Russia
Responding to Russia’s Resurgence, Ivo H. Daalder, Foreign Affairs
Russia -
Protests in Russia’s Far East Reveal the Dangers of Overcentralization, James Brown, Andrei Kozinets, Carnegie
Eurozone
Reviving Convergence: Making Member States Fit for Joining the Euro Area, European Political Strategy Centre
US -
Obama and Bush deliver calls to action against Trumpism, James Hohmann, Washington Post
Migration -
 EU seeks to shut down Libya sea route, Nikolaj Nielsen, Erik Maurice, EUObserver
China
What Western Observers Get Wrong in Assessing China, Yukon Huang, Carnegie

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