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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Monday, April 17th, 2017

 

Caucasus, China, Estonia, Europe, Finland, France, Germany, Middle East, NATO, North Korea, Russia, Trade, Turkey, Ukraine, US

 
Caucasus -  Challenging traditional notions of sovereignty: the EU needs to step up its game in the South Caucasus, Benedikt Harzl, OC Media

China - The future of Chinese investment, David Dollar, East Asia Forum
Estonia - Estonia, The Little Spycatcher Who Could, Michael Weiss, Daily Beast 
Europe - 
The Second Year of Europe, Richard N. Haass, Project Syndicate

Finland Unrecognized Courage, Michael Haltzel, The Huffington Post
France - 
The Coming French Revolution, Zaki Laïdi, Project Syndicate

Germany - Depopulation in Germany: Fading echoes, The Economist  
Middle East - Who are the new jihadis? Olivier Roy, The Guardian
NATO - Take Initiative on European Defense. 2 ways NATO can meet Donald Trump's demands to shore up European security, Franklin D. Kramer and Jorge Benitez, U.S. News and World Report
North Korea - How to Make a Deal with North Korea, William J. Perry, Politico Magazine
Russia/France - Can the Kremlin Influence the French Election? Cecile Vaissie, New York Times 
Trade -
Too Late to Compensate Free Trade's Losers, Dani Rodrik, Project Syndicate

Turkey – RIP Turkey, 1921-2017, Steven A. Cook, Foreign Policy
Turkey - 
Lack of equal opportunities, one-sided media coverage and limitations on fundamental freedoms created unlevel playing field in Turkey’s constitutional referendum, international observers say, OSCE
Turkey -
Inside Turkey's Purge, Suzy Hansen, New York Times

Ukraine - Yes, Rex Tillerson, U.S. taxpayers should care about Ukraine. Here’s why, Anne Applebaym, Washington Post
US -
I Thought I Understood the American Right. Trump Proved me Wrong, Rick Perlstein, New York Times

 

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