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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Wednesday, March 15th, 2017

 

Ukraine, Europe, NATO, Russia, Georgia, Trade, Turkey, UK, France, Nuclear, US, Middle East, China, Digital
 

Ukraine - What Ukraine Should Demand of Itself and from the West, Natalie Jaresko, Center for Transatlantic Relations/DGAP
Europe -
How Much Europe Can Europe Tolerate?, Dani Rodrik, Project Syndicate
NATO -
NATO's Northern Alliance, Stefan Fröhlich, Luke Coffey, Sigurd Neubauer, Foreign Affairs
NATO, Russia -
The New NATO-Russia Military Balance: Implications for European Security, Richard Sokolsky, Carnegie
Russia -
Russia’s Exceptional Diaspora, Vladislav Inozemtsev, Intersection
Russia -
Russia’s State Armaments Program to 2025 Promises High-Technology Procurement, Roger McDermott, Jamestown Foundation
Russia, Georgia
Moscow moves to absorb rebel Georgian region's military, Kazbek Basayev, Reuters
Trade -
World trade and Trump, Lorena Ruano, EUISS
Turkey -
Is Turkey Still a Democracy? David Kenner, Foreign Policy
UK -
Taking Back Control, Dave Keating, Berlin Policy Journal
France -
France as a Northern and Southern European Power, Antonia Colibasanu, Geopolitical Futures
Nuclear -
Will Rex Tillerson Pass North Korea’s Nuclear Test? Antony Blinken, New York Times
US, Middle East -
Trump should end Obama’s Hezbollah failure, James Durso, The Hill
Middle East, China, US
The Other Side of the World: China, the United States, and the Struggle for Middle East Security, Jon B. Alterman, CSIS
Digital -
Innovative criminals embrace online opportunities, Izabella Kaminska, Financial Times

 

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