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Transatlantic Must-Reads
December 4th, 2017
 Art, Canada, China, Defense, Europe, EU, Middle East, Military, OSCE, Turkey, Ukraine, US

 CTR Commentary  
Turkey/OSCE -Turkey and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, Münevver Cebeci, in Sasha Toperich and Aylin Ünver Noi, eds, Turkey and the Transatlantic Community, Center for Transatlantic Relations
Art and Culture - Ai Weiwei Out of Context, Ulla Rønberg
Well-beingHow’s Life 2017: Measuring Well-Being, OECD
What’s a Bigger Threat, ‘Normalization’ or Alarmism? Ivan Krastev, New York Times
Europe -
Europe’s Heart of Darkness, Alexander Clapp, 1843 Magazine
US/Defense -
Recommendations for a Future National Defense Strategy, David Ochmanek, RAND, Testimony before the Senate Armed Services Committee
Recommendations for a Future National Defense Strategy, Mackenzie Eaglen, American Enterprise Institute, Testimony before the Senate Armed Services Committee
Ukraine -
A quarter-century of independent Ukraine: Dimensions of transformation, Tadeusz A. Olszańsk, Institute for Eastern Studies OSW
Middle East
The new great game in the Middle East, John Jenkins, New Statesman
Middle East/China
No longer a new kid on the block – China in the Middle East, CEPS
China/EU -
China at the gates: A new power audit of EU-China relations, François Godement & Abigaël Vasselier, ECRF
Not just yuan Europe, The Economist
Canada/US -
Strong, Secure, Engaged: Evaluating Canada as a Dependable Ally and Partner for the United States, Lindsay Rodman, Canadian Global Affairs Institute
Military -
Why Military Assistance Programs Disappoint - Minor Tools Can’t Solve Major Problems, Mara Karlin , Foreign Affairs

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