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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Thursday April 7, 2016

Armenia, Azerbaijan, Netherlands, Ukraine, Migration, Germany, Terrorism, Innovation, Nuclear, US, Trade, Russia, Baltic

Armenia/Azerbaijan - The Escalation of the Conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh: Causes and Probable Course, Anna Maria Dyner, Konrad Zasztowt, PISM
Netherlands/Ukraine -
Dutch abstention on Ukraine deal proves loudest message of all, Tony Barber, Financial Times
Ukraine -
A Grand Strategy for Ukraine, Alexander J. Motyl, Foreign Affairs
Migration/Germany -
The New Europeans, James Angelos, New York Times Magazine
Terrorism
Why ISIS Beats al Qaeda in Europe, Clint Watts, Foreign Affairs
Innovation -
The European Union’s growing innovation divide, Reinhilde Veugelers, Bruegel
Nuclear/US
Obama Should Return His Nobel Peace Prize, Barry M. Blechman, The National Interest
US
What the Trade and Minimum Wage Debates Have in Common, Edward Alden, Renewing America
US
Bernie Sanders's Successful Insurgency, Ronald Brownstein, The Atlantic
Trade
Anti-Trade America? Kenneth Rogoff, Project Syndicate
Trade
US politics is closing the door on free trade, Philip Stephens, Financial Times
Russia
Russian futures: Horizon 2025, Hiski Haukkala and Nicu Popescu, ISS Europa
Russia
A world order reshaped by Vladimir Putin’s ambition, Eugene Rumer, Financial Times
Baltic -
A Maritime Framework for the Baltic Sea Region, Franklin D. Kramer and Magnus Nordenman, Atlantic Council

 
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