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Transatlantic Must-Reads
December 5th, 2017
 Black Sea, Brexit, China, Digital, Eastern Europe, Europe, Militarization, North Korea, Russia, Ukraine, US
 
CTR Commentary
Ukraine The Brewing Threat of Worsening Tensions Between the Ukrainian President and Interior Minister, Mykola Vorobiov, Eurasian Daily Monitor
Turkey/Black Sea - 
Turkey’s Policy in the Black Sea Region: Oscillating between Pragmatism and Opportunism, Nona Mikhelidzen, in Sasha Toperich and Aylin Ünver Noi, eds, Turkey and the Transatlantic Community, Center for Transatlantic Relations
Must-Reads
Digital/China - Digital China: Powering the economy to global competitiveness, Jonathan Woetzel, Jeongmin Seong, Kevin Wei Wang, James Manyika, Michael Chui, Wendy Wong , McKinsey
Militarization -
Global Militarization Index 2017, Max Mutschler, Bonn International Center for Conversion

US - The Lines That Divide America, Nitin Nohria, The Atlantic
Russia -
How to Stand Up to the Kremlin - Defending Democracy Against Its Enemies, Joseph R. Biden, Jr., and Michael Carpenter​, Foreign Affairs
Brexit - ​
Brexit and the border - Theresa May’s Irish answer poses new Brexit questions, The Economist
Brexit -
The case for a slow-motion Brexit, Beth Oppenheim, CER
Europe -
Europe's crisis starts at home, Mark Leonard, ECFR
Europe 
The Populist Tail Wagging the German Dog, Sławomir Sierakowski, Project Syndicate
North Korea - What We Really Know About North Korea’s Nuclear Weapons And What We Don’t Yet Know for Sure, Siegfried S. Hecker, Foreign Affairs
Eastern Europe - Does the EU even care about Eastern Europe anymore? Anders Åslund, Atlantic Council 
Yemen -
Yemen's Future Looks Grim After Saleh Killing, Peter Salisbury, Chatham House
US
Luncheon w/ National Security Advisor Lt. General H.R. McMaster - 2017 Reagan National Defense Forum - YouTube
 
 
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