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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Tuesday, March 21st, 2017


US, Europe, Russia, China, Climate, Terrorism, Corruption, Trade, Digital, Economy, Afghanistan, Moldova, Belarus, Germany, Migration, Nuclear

US, Europe - U.S. Security Strategy and Policy in Europe, Alexander Vershbow, Statement before the Senate Armed Services Committee
Russia -
Russia's Role as an Arms Exporter, Richard Connolly & Cecilie Sendstad, Chatham House 
China -
Stopping China’s Mercantilism: A Doctrine of Constructive, Alliance-Backed Confrontation, Robert D. Atkinson, Nigel Cory & Stephen J. Ezell, Information Technology and Innovation Foundation
Climate -
How Americans Think About Climate Change, Nadja Popovich, John Schwartz & Tatiana Schlossberg, New York Times
Terrorism -
Terrorism and Counterterrorism in Europe, Thomas Renard, Egmont
Corruption -
British banks handled vast sums of laundered Russian money, Luke Harding, Nick Hopkins and Caelainn Barr, The Guardian
EU trade chief blasts Trump ‘walls,’ cites Canada as partner on openness, Mike Blanchfield, Globe and Mail
Digital, Economy -
Addressing the Accelerating Labor Market Dislocation from Digitalization, Roger Burkhardt & Colin Bradford, Brookings
Digital -
How Technology is Unravelling the Global Order, Amy Studdart, Out of Order
Afghanistan -
How Trump Should Manage Afghanistan, Seth G. Jones, Foreign Affairs
Moldova -
What it should expect from the West and what is should expect from itself, Hans Martin Sieg, Center for Transatlantic Relations/DGAP
Belarus -
Belarus: Public Protests in the Geopolitical Context, Grigory Ioffe, Jamestown Foundation
Germany, Digital -
German officials fear Russia stole information to disrupt election, Janosch Delcker, Politico Europe
Migration -
The case for a common European refugee policy, Massimo Bordignon & Simone Moriconi, Bruegel
Nuclear -
Toward A Nuclear Firewall: Bridging the NPT’s Three Pillars, Toby Dalton et. al, Carnegie


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