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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Wednesday, November 2nd 2016
US, Syria, Canada, Arctic, Human Rights, Security, Russia, China, Defense, Greece, Climate

US - Clinton’s Foreign Policy: The Known Unknowns, Robert E. Hunter, Lobelog
How Republicans see the GOP on the eve of the 2016 election, Hannah Fingerhut, Pew Research
The Blob is Back: Revenge of the Syria Hawks, Colum Lynch and John Hudson, Foreign Policy
Canada --
Should Canada Revisit the Human Security Agenda? Michael Small, Canadian Global Affairs Institute
Canada/Arctic --
Renewing the Arctic Dimension to Canada’s National Defence Policy,  Joël Plouffe et al., Canadian Global Affairs Institute
Human Rights/Security -
The Responsibility to Protect at Ten: Glass Half Empty or Half Full? Jennifer M. Welsh, International Spectator
Human Rights/Security/Russia  -
Responsibility to Protect: Russia’s Approaches, Vladimir Baranovsky and Anatoly Mateiko, International Spectator
Russia/China -
China and Russia: Gaming the West, Mathieu Duchâtel and François Godement, European Council on Foreign Relations
Defense -
US Should Support German Plans For European Defense, Niklas Helwig, Huffington Post
Tsipras Caught Between EU and Voter Demands, Giorgos Christides and Katrin Kuntz, Der Spiegel
Marrakech primer: 5 things to know about the next climate summit, Sara Stefannini, Politico Europe


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