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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017


Russia, Migration, Germany, Defense, Trade, UK, Nuclear, Energy, EU, Syria


Russia - Why Vladimir Putin is Angry with the West? Understanding the Drivers of Russia’s Information, Cyber and Hybrid War, Taras Kuzio, Federal Academy for Security Policy
Russia -
Handling Russia Should Not Be So Difficult for the West, John Lough, Chatham House
Migration -
President Trump’s Harsh Immigration Policy Is Now a Reality, Matt Ford, The Atlantic
Germany, Defense -
U.S. Pressures Germany to Increase Defense Spending, Konstantin von Hammerstein and Peter Müller, Spiegel Online
Trade -
Trade Developments in 2016: Policy Uncertainty Weighs on World Trade, Cristina Constantinescu, Aaditya Mattoo, and Michele Ruta, World Bank Group
Trade, UK -
Who are the UK’s trading partners? Office of National Statistics
Nuclear -
No Shortcut to a Nuclear Deterrent, Oliver Thränert, Center for Security Studies (CSS), ETH Zurich
Energy -
Energy Union: Delivery still pending, Severin Fischer, Center for Security Studies (CSS), ETH Zurich
EU -
The EU Single Market: Impact on Member States, LE Europe/AmChamEU
Migration -
Tunisia underestimates imminent North Africa refugee crisis, Mourad Teyeb, EurActiv
Syria -
Outlines of a Syrian Settlement Begin to Take Shape, Charles Kestenbaum & James Durso, RealClear Defense


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