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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Thursday, February 16th, 2017


NATO, US, Economy, Russia, Europe, UK, EU, Digital, Central Europe, Eastern Europe, China, Romania, Sweden, Lithuania, Norway, Technology


NATO - Trump’s NATO burden-sharing fervor: Take it for a drive at Munich, Jeffrey P. Bialos, Defense News
Mattis says he expects NATO allies to step up, David M. Herszenhorn, Politico Europe
US -
The Year in Hate and Extremism, Mark Potok, Southern Poverty Law Center
US -
Flynn’s Resignation: National Security Reboot?, Robert E. Hunter, LobeLog
US, Economy -
Why is President Trump attacking foreign investment in the United States? Michael Strain, Washington Post
US, Russia -
Trump and Putin are discussing military cooperation in Syria. Mattis says Russia must ‘prove itself first,’ Dan Lamothe and Michael Birnbaum, Washington Post
US, Europe -
Defining Moment. The Future of the Transatlantic Security Relationship, Julianne Smith and Rachel Rizzo, CNAS
Terrorism -
What Truly Makes a Terrorist? David Benson, RealClearWorld
UK, EU -
13 things you didn’t know about Brexit, Maïa de La Baume, Ryan Heath & Quentin Ariès, Politico Europe
Digital -
The Rules of the Brave New Cyberworld, William J. Burns & Jared Cohen, Foreign Policy
EU, Central Europe -
Future EU: Does Visegrád have a plan?, Adéla Denková, Edit Zgut, Krzysztof Kokoszczynski & Zuzana Gabrizova, Euractiv
Eastern Europe, China -
China's Road: into Eastern Europe, Michal Makocki, EUISS
Romania -
In the Dark of the Night, Lina Vdovii, Berlin Policy Journal
Sweden, Lithuania, Norway -
The Return of the Military Draft, Elisabeth Braw, Atlantic Council
Technology -
Five technologies that will change how we live, Madhumita Murgia Financial Times


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