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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Tuesday, November 22nd 2016

US, Nuclear, Russia, Central Europe, Germany, IS, Syria, Moldova, Defense, Security, NATO, Black Sea, Turkey, Climate Change
 

US - Donald Trump and the Sense of Power, Robert Shiller, Project Syndicate

US - “Iron Rules” for Trump in Choosing his Foreign Policy Team, Robert E. Hunter, Lobelog

US/Nuclear - Trump and the Bomb. U.S. Nuclear Policy Under the Next Administration, Michael Krepon, Foreign Affairs

US/Russia - A New Reset? Stefan Meister, Berlin Policy Journal

US/Russia - Get Ready for the Most Violent Detente Ever, Ivan Krastev and Stephen Holmes, Foreign Policy

US/Central Europe - Central Europe sees Trump as a kindred spirit. The region worries that he’ll choose Putin over them, Jan Cienski, Politico Europe

Germany - The world turns to Germany, John Kornblum OMFIF Analysis

IS - ISIS Used Chemical Arms at Least 52 Times in Syria and Iraq, Report Says, Eric Schmitt, New York Times

IS/Syria - Should we work with the devil we know against the Islamic State? Daniel Byman, Brookings

Moldova - Ever-intractable Transdniestra, Thomas de Waal, Carnegie Europe

Defense - Does 'America First' mean EU defence at last? Ian Bond and Sophia Besch, CER

Security - Can governance Trump guns? European security after the US elections, Mark Galeotti, ECFR

NATO - What happens to NATO now? Bruce Ackerman, The Atlantic

NATO/Black Sea - Black Sea Imperatives: Ensuring NATO Security and American Interests for the Incoming U.S. Administration, Janusz Bugajski and Peter Doran, CEPA

Turkey - Turkey needs a soft exit from the EU, Sinan Ülgen, Politico

Climate Change - Cop22 After Trump. The Good and Bad News for Climate Change, Gernot Wagner and David Keith. Foreign Affairs

 

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