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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Monday, October 24th 2016
Arctic, Asia, Energy, EU, Europe, Finance, Iraq, IS, Lebanon, Libya, Lithuania, NATO, Russia, Spain, Syria, UK, US

 

US/Europe/Asia -- Transatlantic Security Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific. Recommendations for the Next U.S. Administration, Julianne Smith, Erik Brattberg, and Rachel Rizzo, CNAS
US/Finance -
What do financial markets think of the 2016 election? Justin Wolfers and Eric Zitzewitz, Brookings 
IS -
The Islamic State after Mosul, Hassan Hassan, New York Times
Iraq -
Who Will Rule Nineveh After ISIS? Hassan Mneimneh, Real Clear World 
Lebanon -
Lebanon’s State of Erosion, Heiko Wimmen, SWP Berlin
Libya/US -
Libya: A Daunting Task Awaits The Next U.S. Administration, Sasha Toperich
Libya/NATO -  
Don't Blame NATO for Libya, Christopher J. Fettweis, The National Interest
Russia/US/Syria -
Russia and U.S. on Collision Course Beyond Syria, Ariel Cohen, Real Clear World 
Russia/US -
How Russia Pulled Off the Biggest Election Hack in U.S. History, Thomas Rid, Esquire
Russia/Arctic --
Russia's Arctic Obsession, Kathrin Hille, Financial Times
UK -
Scotland should join the EEA, Martin Sandbu, Financial Times
UK/Europe -
Britain and the Fate of the Europe we Know, Luis Simon, War on the Rocks
Russia/EU/Energy -
Brussels nears settlement with Gazprom after 5-year probe, Rochelle Toplensky, Jack Farchy and Henry Foy, Financial Times
Lithuania -
Center-right opposition claims victory in Lithuania vote, to start coalition talks, Reuters
Spain -
Spain, at last, gets new government, Diego Torres, Politico Europe

 

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