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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
Israel’s Unsung Protector: Obama, Lara Friedman, NY Times
EU and US edge toward visa fiasco, Andrew Rettman, EU Observer
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
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
Putin Gets His Own Army, Leonid Bershidsky, Bloomberg View
Putin’s rich friends, Petra Blum, Frederik Obermaier and Bastian Obermayer, Süddeutsche Zeitung
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