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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Monday, March 27th, 2017


Energy, Russia, Europe, South Caucasus, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, US, Ideas, Health Security, EU, Defense, Digital, Belarus, Terrorism, Turkey

Energy, Russia - Russia and the West: Energy Warfare, Mikhail Krutikhin, Center for Transatlantic Relations/DGAP
Russia, Europe -
Kaliningrad: From boomtown to battle-station, Sergey Sukhankin, ECFR
South Caucasus -
Whither the South Caucasus? Thomas de Waal, Center for Transatlantic Relations/DGAP
Armenia, Azerbaijan -
Armenia and Azerbaijan: What Do They Seek From the EU? Rahim Rahimov, Jamestown Foundation
Bulgaria -
Borissov’s GERB Wins Bulgaria’s Snap Parliamentary Election, Mariya Cheresheva, Balkan Insight
US -
American Carnage: The New Landscape of Opiod Addiction, Christopher Caldwell, First Things
US -
A new dynamic may be emerging in the House: A right and left flank within the GOP willing to buck leadership, Paul Kane, Washington Post
US, Russia -
These Five Facts Explain Why Trump's Russia Reset May Be Over, Ian Bremmer, Time
Ideas -
Announcing the Winners of the 2017 World Changing Ideas Awards, Fast Company
Health Security -
The Real Threat to National Security: Deadly Disease, Michael T. Osterholm & Mark Olshaker, New York Times
EU -
Three things the EU must do to survive, Luuk van Middelaar, The Guardian
Defense, Digital -
Rebuild our defenses for the information age, MacKenzie Eaglen, Wall Street Journal/AEI
Belarus -
Why Europe’s last dictatorship keeps surprising everyone, Peter Pomerantsev, Washington Post
Terrorism -
Lone Wolves No More, Daveed Gartenstein-Ross, Foreign Affairs
Turkey -
Looking Beyond Turkey’s Constitutional Referendum, Marc Pierini, Carnegie Europe


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