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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Tuesday, November 1st 2016
Counterterrorism, Digital, Estonia, France, Intelligence, Iraq, IS, Migration, NATO, Russia, Syria, Trade, UK, US

NATO - NATO's Future. A Tale of Three Summits, Hans Binnendijk, Center for Transatlantic Relations
France/Russia -
Russia and France's Right. How Moscow Is Playing in the French Presidential Elections, David Cadier, CTR/Foreign Affairs
Russia -
Cold War 2.0, Realistic Reset with Putin, and Russia’s New Abnormality, Institute of Modern Russia
Russia/US/Digital 
Checklist for a U.S.-Russia Cyberwar, Martin C. Libicki, TechCrunch
Digital -
Into the Gray Zone. The Private Sector and Active Defense Against Cyber Threats, Center for Cyber and Homeland Security, George Washington University
US -
Mexican-Americans Are Reshaping the Electoral Map In Arizona — And The U.S., Farai Chideya, FiveThirtyEight
Estonia -
Spooked by Russia, Tiny Estonia Trains a Nation of Insurgents, Andrew E. Kramer, The New York Times
Migration - 
Beyond Care and Maintenance: Rebuilding Hope and Opportunity for Refugees, Demetrios G. Papademetriou and Susan Fratzke, Transatlantic Council on Migration
Counterterrorism/Intelligence -
Exclusive: 'There will be terrorist attacks in Britain,' says MI5 chief, Paul Johnson and Ewen MacAskill, The Guardian
Syria -
How to turn things around in Syria, Evan McMullin, Foreign Policy 
Iraq -
The Bigger Issues at Play: Mosul and the Future of Northern Iraq, Douglas A. Ollivant, War on the Rocks 
IS -
Can the Islamic State Lose Mosul and still Win? Seth G. Jones, Foreign Policy 
UK/Trade –
Britain will discover that distance still matters in trade, Financial Times 

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