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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Friday, November 18th 2016

US, Germany, Russia, Terrorism, EU, Ukraine, France, Migration, NATO, Defense, Central Europe, Moldova
 

US - Trump’s pick for national security adviser brings experience and controversy, Greg Miller, Washington Post

US - Trump’s CIA Director Wants to Return to a Pre-Snowden World, Kaveh Waddell, The Atlantic

US - Enough Hysterics. Donald Trump’s Foreign Policy Isn’t Reckless or Radical, Edward Luttwak, Foreign Policy

US/GermanyThe End of Power. What Will Remain of Obama's Legacy? Klaus Brinkbäumer and Holger Stark, Der Spiegel

US/GermanyDonald Trump is typical of German-Americans, John Kornblum, Der Tagesspiegel

US/RussiaAmerica’s Trump, Russia’s Trump, Alexander Baunov, Carnegie Moscow

Terrorism - From Cradle to Grave: The Lifecycle of Foreign Fighters in Iraq and Syria, Arie Perliger and

Daniel Milton, Combating Terrorism Center at West Point, U.S. Military Academy

EU/Ukraine - Visas: Council agrees its negotiating position on visa liberalisation for Ukraine, European Council

France - 5 things to watch in France’s conservative primary, Nicholas Vinocur, Politico Europe

Migration - From Fragmentation to Integration: Towards a “Whole-of-Society” Approach to Receiving and Settling Newcomers in Europe, Demetrios G. Papademetriou and Meghan Benton, Bertelsmann Foundation

NATOTrump, NATO, and European Defense Spending, Justine Feliu, Bruegel 

NATOTrumping NATO, Bart Marcois, Daily Caller

Defense/Central EuropePoland, Hungary and the Czech Republic: The Security Record of “New Europe”, Gary Schmitt, AEI

Defense/Europe - Make Europe Defend Again? Daniel Keohane, Carnegie Europe

Global EconomyGlobalization’s Last Gasp, Barry Eichengreen, Project Syndicate
in German:
Moldova -
Malaise ohne Ende in der Republik Moldau, Benedikt Harzel, Die Presse

 

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