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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Friday, February 17th, 2017


US, Terrorism, Europe, Russia, Digital, Security, Middle East, Migration, Energy, Eurozone, Greece, Nordics


US - Peers, Near-Peers, and Partial Peers. Making Sense of America's Balance-of-Power Interests, Statement before the Senate Armed Services Committee, Thomas Donnelly, AEI
US -
Trump's populism isn't fascism. So what is it? Barton Swain, Washington Post
US -
Why we march: Simon Schama on mass dissent in America, Simon Schama, Financial Times
Terrorism -
Trump and Terrorism: U.S. Strategy After ISIS, Peter D. Feaver & Hal Brands, Foreign Affairs
Europe/Russia -
Fake News, Fake Ukrainians: How a Group of Russians Tilted a Dutch Vote, Andrew Higgins, New York Times
Russia -
Russia: a partner for a ‘grand bargain’ with Donald Trump? Kathrin Hille, Financial Times
Russia/Digital -
Russia’s cyber war: past, present, and future, David Batashvili, EUobserver
Digital -
Atomico's huge $765 million fund will help European startups go global, Liat Clark, Wired
Security -
 Security Times. Special Edition of the Atlantic Times for the Munich Security Conference 
Middle East - A Big Deal? Eliot Abrams, The Weekly Standard
Migration -
The Evolving and Diversifying Nature of Migration to the U.S.-Mexico Border, Jessica Bolter, Migration Policy Institute
Energy -
Trump’s supply-side energy policy and the low-carbon transition, Paul Isbell, Real Instituto Elcano
Eurozone -
One Market, One Money – A Mistaken Argument (post factum)?, Daniel Gros, CEPS
Greece -
Greece is as sick as ever and its agony goes on and on, Tony Barber, Financial Times
Nordics -
Intimidation as a propaganda tool in the Nordic countries, EU East Stratcom Task Force


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