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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Wednesday March 30, 2016

Security, Russia, Climate, China, Europe, IS, Resilience, Migration, EU, India, Nuclear, Balkans, Germany, Middle East, Digital

Security/Russia - US accuses Russia of dismantling security agreements, Geoff Dyer, Financial Times
Security/US - EUCOM Announces European Reassurance Initiative Implementation Plan, EUCOM
US - 5 Political Myths Trump Is Exploding, Emily Thorson, Politico
US – Donald Trump? Meet Barry Goldwater, Elaine Kamarck, Brookings
US – The shifting domestic landscape behind the White House’s Cuba policy, Arturo Sarukhan, Brookings
US – Obama on What Trump and Cruz Get Wrong About Islam, Jeffrey Goldberg
US – The Ted Cruz solution won't stop terrorism in the U.S., Robert Pape and Walker Gunning, Chicago Tribune
US – On the American Front Line Against ISIS, Robin Wright, The New Yorker
US/Climate – Climate Change and U.S. National Security – Past, Present, Future, Peter Engelke and Daniel Chiu
China - China’s future challenge for the world economy, Martin Wolf, Financial Times
Europe/IS – Europe Versus the Islamic State, Dominique Moisi, Project Syndicate
Resilience – 5 Ideas for a More Resilient, Inclusive Brussels, Geraldine Ide Gardner, GMF
Migration - A proper comparison might show Italy is more hospitable to refugees than Sweden, The Economist
EU/India – How to boost EU–India relations, Stefania Benaglia, CEPS
Nuclear – Nuclear Arms Control for the 21st Century, Amy J. Nelson, National Interest
Nuclear - A Critical Moment for Nuclear Security, Carnegie
Germany – The fall and fall of German social democracy, Janosch Delcker, Politico Europe
Balkans – For the Balkans, peace is bad enough, Barbara Surk, Politico Europe
Middle East – Dilemmas of Reform: Policing in Arab Transitions, Yezid Sayigh, Carnegie
Middle East – Why it’s wrong to say that the Arab uprisings failed, Marc Lynch, Washington Post
Digital – Lessons from Apple vs. the F.B.I, John Cassidy, The New Yorker