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Transatlantic Must-Reads
November 30th, 2017
 Arctic, Central Europe, Demography, Defense, EU, Migration, Ireland, Russia, Turkey, Ukraine, US

 CTR Commentary: 
Turkey/Energy - Cooperation on Energy Security: The Turkish Perspective, Erdal Tanas Karagölin, in Sasha Toperich and Aylin Ünver Noi, eds, Turkey and the Transatlantic Community, Center for Transatlantic Relations
Russia/Ukraine
The Western Response to Kremlin Propaganda Should be as Forceful as it was During the Cold War, Mykola Vorobiov, Center for Transatlantic Relations​
 
Must Reads:
US White House Plans Tillerson Ouster From State Dept., to Be Replaced by Pompeo, Peter Baker, Maggie Haberman and Gardiner Harris, New York Times
US -
The national security emergency we’re not talking about, Madeleine Albright, The Washington Post
Demography/Islam/Europe
Europe's Growing Muslim Population, Pew Research Center
Migration
Beyond Transactional Deals: Building Lasting Migration Partnerships in the Mediterranean, Luca Lixi, Migration Policy Institute
Migration -
Operation Sophia's world – changes and challenges, Thierry Terdy, ISS
Arctic -
U.S. Arctic Foreign Policy in the Era of President Trump: A Preliminary Assessment,
Joël Plouffe, Canadian Global Affairs Institute
Europe/Defense -
Europe's Readiness Problem, Why the Continent's Militaries Are Slow—and What to Do About It, Elisabeth Braw, Foreign Affairs
EU/Defense
PESCO: Paper tigers, paper tanks? Sophia Besch, CER
Central Europe
All’s not well in the Visegrad economies, Simon Tilford, Centre for European Reform
Russia
Drawing Red Lines in Gray Areas: Deterring Russia’s Challenge to Transatlantic Security Today, Steven Keil, Martin Michelot, German Marshall Fund of the United States
Russia
War in Peacetime. Russia’s Strategy on NATO’s Eastern and Southern Flanks, Nicolás De Pedro, CIDOB
Ireland/UK -
Dublin’s 5 Brexit demands show path to sufficient progress, Tom McTague, Politico
 
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