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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Wednesday April 27, 2016

NATO, OSCE, US, UK, Russia, TTIP, EU, Germany, Turkey, Serbia, Ukraine, Syria, Digital, Economy, Global

NATO - Alliance Revitalized: NATO for a New Era – Hans Binnendijk, Daniel S. Hamilton, Charles L. Barry, Washington NATO Project (CTR, Atlantic Council, CNAS, CSIS, GMF)
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OSCE Sticking to the Rules: The United States View on Strengthening the OSCE, Michael Haltzel, Finnish Institute for International Affairs
US
5 takeaways from Tuesday’s primaries, Glenn Thrush, Politico Europe
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The Isolationist’s Apprentice, Yuriko Koike, Project Syndicate
US – USAID Evaluations at Five: Known Unknowns and Unknown Knowns, Diana L. Ohlbaum, CSIS

http://csis.org/publication/usaid-evaluations-five-known-unknowns-and-unknown-knowns  
US/UK
Ted Cruz is no help to the Brexit campaign, Sebastian Payne, Financial Times
Russia -
Did Western Sanctions Affect Sino-Russian Economic Ties? Alexander Gabuev, Carnegie
Russia -
Russia's Military Modernization: Where Next? Samuel Bendett, Real Clear World
Russia
Russia and Hybrid Warfare – Going beyond the label, Bettina Renz and Hanna Smith, Alexsanteri Papers
Ukraine
The International Effort to Contain Chernobyl, Marina Koren, The Atlantic
Syria
The Danger of Chemical Weapons in Syria, Oliver Meier, SWP Berlin
Digital
Europe’s leap into the quantum computing arms race, Anjana Ahuja, Financial Times
Economy
Managing Debt in an Overleveraged World, Michael Spence, Project Syndicate
Global
The Divide Over Islam and National Laws in the Muslim World, Jacob Poushter, Pew Research

 
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