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Transatlantic Must-Reads
September 8th, 2017


Arctic, Development, Europe, Economy, Germany, Iran, Kurdistan, North Korea, Russia, Spain, US, UK

CTR Featured Commentary 
Arctic -
Finland’s Arctic Council Chairmanship under the Trump Administration, Mariette Hägglund, Svenska Bildningsförbundet
 
Must-Reads 
Development - 
Commitment to Development Index, Center for Global Development
Europe -
The Trumpability Index, Ginger Hervey and Livia Fries, Politico
Europe/Economy - 
Remaking Europe: the new manufacturing as an engine for growth, Reinhilde Veugelers, ed., Bruegel
Germany/Russia - 
Germany Prepares for Possible Russian Election Meddling, Fabian Reinbold, Spiegel

Iran - Haley’s Dishonest Speech About the Iran Nuclear Agreement, Paul R. Pillar, LobeLog
Kurdistan - The Kurds Are Not Children, Bernard-Henri Lévy, Foreign Policy
Kurdistan - 
BHL and the Exceptionally Weak Case for Kurdistan, Daniel Larison, The American Conservative
North Korea - 
The Risk of Nuclear War with North Korea, Evan Osnos, New Yorker
Russia - 
ZAPAD 2017: A Guide to Russia’s Largest Military Exercise, Atlantic Council
Spain - 
What are the prospects for an independent Catalonia? Michael Stothard, Financial Times 
US/Middle East - 
What America Should Do Next in the Middle East, Michael Doran, Peter Rough, Mosaic Magazine 

UK/EU/Ireland - Guiding principles transmitted to EU27 for the Dialogue on Ireland/Northern Ireland, European Commission
UK/EU/Digital - 
Position paper transmitted to EU27 on the Use of Data and Protection of Information Obtained or Processed before the Withdrawal Date, European Commission 
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