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Transatlantic Must-Reads
November 14th, 2017
 Asia, Balkans, Climate, Defense, Economy, Energy, EU, Poland, Russia, Transportation, UK, US

 
Featured CTR Commentary

BalkansThe Unraveling of the Balkans Peace Agreements, Daniel P. Serwer, Council on Foreign Relations
Energy/Transportation - The Greening of Maritime Transportation, Energy and Climate Infrastructures: Role of Atlantic Port-Cities, João Fonseca Ribeiro​, in Energy & Transportation in the Atlantic Basin edited by Paul Isbell & Eloy Álvarez Pelegry (editors)​ 
 
Must-Reads
 
EnergyWorld Energy Outlook 2017, International Energy Agency

Energy/Climate - Germany is a Coal-Burning, Gas-Guzzling Climate Change Hypocrite, Paul Hockenos, Foreign Policy 
EU/DefenseNotification on Permanent Structured Cooperation (PESCO) to the Council and to the High Representative of the Unioin for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy

EU/Defense An Inclusive PESCO Moves Forward Despite Remaining Concerns, Michal Baranowski and Martin Quencez, German Marshall Fund of the United States
EU/Defense - Improving Military Mobility in the European Union, European External Action Service 
Economy Uber is the latest U.S. tech company to face regulatory backlash in Europe, Tracy Lien & David Pierson, Los Angeles Times

Russia - How to Identify the Kremlin Ruling Elite and its Agents, Anders Aslund, Daniel Fried, Andrei Illarionov & Andrei Piontkovsky, Atlantic Council
UK - Brexit Britain is at Europe’s mercy, Gideon Rachman, Financial Times
Poland - Poland leads the way in normalising the far right, Martin Sandbu, Financial Times
US/Asia - Trump’s Mixed Messages Fail to Reassure Asian Allies, Mark Landler, New York Times
EU/Asia - “It’s Asia, Stupid”: Time for the EU to Deepen Relations with Asia, Fraser Cameron, GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies
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