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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Tuesday, February 28th, 2017


Russia, Eastern Europe, Ukraine, NATO, Northern and Eastern Europe, Nuclear, Balkans, Belarus, Europe, Economy, Germany, Greece, UK, EU, Trade, US


Russia, Eastern Europe - The Three Regions of the Old Soviet Bloc, Anders Åslund, Journal of Democracy
Ukraine -
Why Everybody Suddenly Has a Ukraine Plan, Leonid Bershidsky, Bloomberg
NATO, Northern and Eastern Europe -
An Alternative to NATO Expansion That Won’t Antagonize Russia, Michael O'Hanlon, Wall Street Journal
Nuclear -
INF, New Start and What Really Matters for US-Russian Nuclear Arms Control, Hans M. Kristensen, Russia Matters
Balkans -
Rumbling Balkans threaten foreign policy headache for Trump, Andrew MacDowell, The Guardian
Belarus -
Belarus: Time of Trouble Lingers, Grigory Ioffe, Jamestown Foundation
Europe, Economy -
Europe or Anti-Europe?, Michael Spence, Project Syndicate
Germany -
Meet Martin Schulz, the Europhile populist shaking up Germany’s elections, Constanze Stelzenmüller, Washington Post
Greece -
Alexis Tsipras’ €100 billion problem, Will Horner, Politico Europe
UK, EU, Trade -
After the UK’s Brexit White Paper – What’s the next move towards a CFTA?, Michael Emerson, CEPS
US -
Trump’s Defense-Heavy Budget Plan Sets Up Showdown With State Dept., John Hudson & Molly O’Toole, Foreign Policy


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