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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Wednesday, March 8th, 2017


Economy, France, Russia, Europe, US, Security, NATO, Lithuania, Migration, Netherlands, Terrorism, Defense, Trade


Economy - Jobs, Trade and Investment: Revisiting the Ties that Bind. The Transatlantic Economy 2017, Chapter 3, Daniel S. Hamilton & Joseph P. Quinlan, Center for Transatlantic Relations
France -
France Now Braces for the Now-Possible Impossible, Sylvie Kauffmann, New York Times
Russia, Europe, US -
Russia and the West After the Ukrainian Crisis. European Vulnerabilities to Russian Pressures, F. Stephen Larrabee, Stephanie Pezard, Andrew Radin, Nathan Chandler, Keith Crane, Thomas S. Szayna, RAND
Security -
How Washington should respond to Russia’s missile treaty violation, Steven Pifer, Brookings
The future of NATO and R2P, Brooke A. Smith-Windsor, NATO Defence College
NATO, Russia -
Reducing Tensions between NATO and Russia, Kimberley Marten, Council on Foreign Relations
NATO, Russia -
NATO and Russia in the Black Sea: A New Confrontation? Boris Toucas, CSIS
Europe -
Europe Prepares for a New Transatlantic Bargain, Anna Wieslander, Atlantic Council
Lithuania -
Lithuanian Popular Militia Expands to Defend Against Russian Threat, Paul Goble, Jamestown Foundation
Migration -
Will Europe Follow Trump on Migration? Stefan Lehne, Carnegie Europe
Netherlands -
Before Elections, Dutch Fear Russian Meddling, but Also U.S. Cash, Danny Hakim & Christopher F. Schuetze, New York Times
Terrorism -
Trends in terrorism, Florence Gaub, EUISS
Defense -
Penny Wise, Pound Foolish: Trump’s Misguided Views of European Defense Spending, Richard Sokolsky & Gordon Adams, War on the Rocks
Trade -
What Trump Gets Wrong About the WTO, Jeffrey Kucik & Rajan Menon, Foreign Affairs


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