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Transatlantic Must-Reads
December 7th, 2017
 Africa, Black Sea, Defense, Europe, France, Human Rights, Migration, Poland, Politics, Russia, Turkey, US
 
CTR Commentary
Turkey/Black SeaTurkey and its Transatlantic Partners in the Wider Black Sea Region: The Turkish Perspective, Enes Bayraklı, in Sasha Toperich and Aylin Ünver Noi, eds, Turkey and the Transatlantic Community, Center for Transatlantic Relations
 
Must-Reads
Migration10 Treds Shaping Migration, European Political Strategy Centre 
Migration
Political roadmap for a sustainable migration policy, European Commission
Migration
Building Partnerships to Respond to the Next Decade’s Migration Challenges (Transatlantic Council Statement), Demetrios G. Papademetriou and Kate Hooper, Migration Policy Institute
Politics
Why nativism, not populism, should be word of the year, Cas Mudde, The Guardian
EU/NATO -
Council conclusions on the Implementation of the Joint Declaration by the President of the European Council, the President of the European Commission and the Secretary General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization
NATO - NATO’s Southern Strategy at a Crossroads, Sinan Ulgen, Carnegie
France/Defense
France Moves From EU Defense to European Defense, Claudia Major, Christian Mölling, Carnegie
US/Europe
A post-American Europe and the future of U.S. strategy, Thomas Wright, Brookings
Trade
US Trade Policy: America Resigns from its Leading Role as a Global Rule-setter, Johanna Jacobsson, FIIA
Trade
WTO faces an identity crisis as Trump weighs going it alone, Shawn Donnan, Financial Times
Trade
Mexico sees EU trade deal by end of month, Euractiv
France/Africa
Macron’s African Ambitions, James Barnett, American Interest
US/Turkey
Avoiding a Transactional Framework for U.S.–Turkey Relations, Ilter Turan, GMF
US
For Trump, Jerusalem is an extension of a global culture war, Ishaan Tharoor, Washington Post
Human Rights
What the Yugoslav war-crimes tribunal achieved, The Economist
Poland
Poland’s flirtation with nationalism will backfire, Lukasz Pawlowski, Financial Times
Russia
Drawing Red Lines in Gray Areas: Deterring Russia’s Challenge to Transatlantic Security Today, Steven Keil and Martin Michelot, German Marshall Fund of the United States
 
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