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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Tuesday, May 2nd, 2017


France, Arctic, Balkans, China, Middle East, Digital, EU, Turkey, Europe, Russia, NATO, UK, US, Economy, Migration

France - The Future of Europe Hinges on a Face-Off in France, Lauren Collins, New Yorker
Arctic -
The thawing Arctic threatens an environmental catastrophe, Economist
Balkans -
Putin-Proofing the Balkans: A How-To Guide, John R. Schindler, Observer
China, Middle East -
China's Role in Post-Hegemonic Middle East, John Calabrese, RealClear World
Digital -
Facebook struggles to purge fake news, Madhumita Murgia & Hannah Kuchler, Financial Times
EU, Turkey -
How Turkey and Europe lost that loving feeling, Sinan Ulgen, Financial Times
Europe, Russia -
Moscow Tries to Prod, Exploit European Disunity, Pavel K. Baev, Jamestown Foundation
There Is No Alternative to Sovereign Choice, Heather A. Conley & Kathleen H. Hicks, CSIS
Brussels Mini-Summit: Getting NATO Members to Spend More on Defense, Luke Coffey & Daniel Kochis, Heritage Foundation
Russia -
Defending One’s Backyard: Local Civic Activism in Moscow, Andrei Kolesnikov & Denis Volkov, Carnegie
UK -
Britain’s complacency over Brexit will end in humiliation, Simon Tilford, CER
US, Economy -
The US Government’s Funding Bill is a Blow to President Trump’s Worldview, Sana Ali, Ramen IR
Migration -
Tapping into the Economic Potential of Refugees. Fostering Development through Transitional Social and Economic Integration, Steffen Angenendt and Niels Harild, SWP


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