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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Friday, March 3rd, 2017


Human Rights, Drugs, Yemen, Terrorism, Afghanistan, US, Defense, Trade, Europe, Foreign Policy, Moldova, Romania, Macedonia, EU, Turkey, Security, Digital, France, NATO, Netherlands, Nuclear


Human Rights - Country Reports on Human Rights Practices for 2016, U.S. Department of State
Drugs - 2017 International Narcotics Control Strategy Report, U.S. Department of State
Yemen, Terrorism -
Accelerating Yemen campaign, U.S. conducts flurry of strikes targeting al-Qaeda, Missy Ryan, Thomas Gibbons-Neff & Ali Al-Mujahed, Washington Post
Afghanistan -
Donald Trump and Afghanistan: A bitter stalemate, Economist
US, Defense -
The Military Buildup We Need, Hal Brands & Eric Edelman, Weekly Standard
US, Trade -
A First Look at the Trump Trade Principles, Derek Scissors, AEI
US, Europe, Trade -
Indifference Towards Europe Pays Low Dividends when it comes to Trade, Heidi Obermeyer, The Hill
US, Foreign Policy -
Trump Takes on The Blob, Susan B. Glasser, Politico
Moldova -
Assessing the State of European Integration and Potential for Transatlantic Cooperation in the Post-Soviet Space: The Case of Moldova, Iulian Groza, Mathias Jopp, Iurie Leancă, Iulian Rusu & Hans-Martin Sieg, Institute for European Policy & the German Marshall Fund
Romania -
In Romania, Faith in Globalization Survives, Mircea Geoana, New York Times
Macedonia -
EU and Russia warn on growing tension in Macedonia, Andrew Byrne, Financial Times
EU, Turkey -
How the EU should respond to Erdoğan's constitutional coup d’état, Steven Blockmans & Sinem Yilmaz, CEPS
EU, Security -
Time for a European Security Council, Pauline Massart, Carnegie Europe
EU, Digital -
Right Direction, Wrong Territory. Why the EU's Digital Single Market Raises Wrong Expectations, Matthias Bauer, AEI
France -
An unprecedented election, with unprecedented risks, Economist
The Real Problems With NATO, Jonathan Eyal, Foreign Affairs
Netherlands -
Double Dutch: Why Wilders wins, even if he stays out of government, Rem Korteweg, CER
Nuclear -
Russia, NATO, and the INF Treaty, Ulrich Kühn & Anna Péczeli, Carnegie


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