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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Monday, September 12, 2016

Croatia, Europe, EU, EU/China, EU/Turkey, G20, Germany/US, IS, Russia, Russia/Japan, UK/China, UK/EU, UK/West, US, US/Europe 
Croatia - HDZ Looks to Form Croatia Govt After Surprise Win, Sven Milekic, Balkan Insight
Europe - Unshrinking the continent, The Economist,
EU – In Search of an EU Role in the Syrian War, Marc Pierini, Carnegie Europe,
EU/China – The EU on Granting China Market Economy Status: a Compromise or a dodge? Jakub Jakóbowski and Marcin Kaczmarski, Centre for Eastern Studies,
EU/Turkey – Turkey is Much Bigger Than Erdogan, Sinan Ülgen, Berlin Policy Journal,
G20 - The G20 and the world economy, The Economist,
Germany/US - German firms in America, The Economist,
IS - Flow of foreign fighters plummets as Islamic State loses its edge, Griff Witte, Sudarsan Raghavan and James McAuley, Washington Post,
Russia - Firehouse of Falsehoods, Christopher Paul and William Courtney, US News and World Report,
Russia/Japan – Announcement of a Breakthrough in Russian-Japanese Relations, Witold Rodkiewicz, Centre for Eastern Studies,  
 UK/China - China and Brexit: What's in it for us? Angela Stanzel, François Godement, Jérôme Doyon, European Council on Foreign Relations,
UK/EU - So what will Brexit really mean? The Economist,
UK/West - Brexit and the Rise of Rejectionism, Peter Kellner, Carnegie Europe 
US - What did 9/11 mean? Fifteen years later, we’re still finding out, Michael Gerson, Washington Post,
US - The demise of the Republican national security establishment, Michael Krepon, The Hill
US/Europe - America’s internationalist ideal is dying in Europe, Jim Hoaglund, Washington Post,
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