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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Monday April 11, 2016

Ukraine, Terrorism, Bosnia and Herzegovina, France, Germany, Migration, US, Israel, EU, Netherlands, Poland, Germany, Russia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Defense

Ukraine - Prime Minister Yatsenyuk Resigns. Why Now? What’s Next?, Anders Åslund, Atlantic Council
Ukraine -
Volodymyr Hroysman: Ukraine's Likely Next Prime Minister Is Loyal Poroshenko Ally, Ron Synovitz, Radio Free Europe
Terrorism/Bosnia and Herzegovina -
Sharia Villages: Bosnia's Islamic State Problem, Walter Mayr, Der Spiegel
France/Germany -
France confronts Germany on defence, George Friedman, Euractiv
Migration -
How to make the EU-Turkey deal work, Guntram Wolff, Politico Europe
US/Israel
Israel’s Unsung Protector: Obama, Lara Friedman, NY Times
US/EU
EU and US edge toward visa fiasco, Andrew Rettman, EU Observer
EU
Tackling the challenges of SSR, Thierry Tardy, ISS Europa
Netherlands -
The Dutch just showed the world how Russia influences Western European elections, Anne Applebaum, Washington Post
Poland -
Poland's Martyrology, Remi Adekoya, Foreign Affairs
Germany/Poland/Russia
A New Helsinki Needed? What Security Model for Europe? Papers from the Germany-Poland-Russia Trialogue, Stefan Meister, Jana Puglierin, Marek Świerczyński and Alexander Nikitin, DGAP
Russia -
Putin’s war of smoke and mirrors, Eerik-Niiles Kross, Politico Europe
Russia
Putin Gets His Own Army, Leonid Bershidsky, Bloomberg View
Russia
Putin’s rich friends, Petra Blum, Frederik Obermaier and Bastian Obermayer, Süddeutsche Zeitung
Armenia/Azerbaijan
Why the West Should Care about Nagorno Karabakh and Act, Nelli Babayan, GMF
Defense -
Missile Defense - Getting to the Elusive “Right Side of the Cost Curve”, Kenneth E. Todorov, CSIS

 
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