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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Friday, December 16th, 2016

Resilience, Digital, Technology, Economy, Russia, France, Germany, US, Defense, EU, UK, Europe, Ukraine, Eastern Europe, Balkans, Turkey, Georgia

Resilience - Opening the Aperture on Resilience, Hans Binnendijk and Daniel S. Hamilton, Center for Transatlantic Relations
Resilience -
The Case for Forward Resilience in the Baltic States, Tomas Ries, Center for Transatlantic Relations
Digital/Technology/Economy -
Our Automated Future, Eliizabeth Kolbert, New Yorker
Digital -
Facebook Mounts Effort to Limit Tide of Fake News, Mike Isaac, New York Times
Digital -
Macedonia’s fake news industry flourishes. Country hosts US politics sites producing hoax articles that attract millions of clicks, Andrew Byrne, Financial Times
Digital -
How to Fix the Internet, Walter Isaacson, The Atlantic
Digital/Russia/France/Germany -
Europe in Russia's Digital Cross-Hairs, Thorsten Benner and Mirko Hohmann, Foreign Affairs
Germany -
Why Islam Gets Second-Class Status in Germany, Alexander Görlach, New York Times
US/Economy -
Dollar hits 14-year high as US outlook strengthens, Eric Platt and Michael Hunter, Financial Times
Defense -
European Defense at Snail’s Pace, Niklas Helwig, American Institute for Contemporary German Studies
EU -
Europe confronts limitations at year-end summit, David Herszenhorn, Jacopo Barigazzi, and Quentian Aries, Politico Europe
Europe's three stage Brexit divorce plan, Tom McTague, Politico Europe
UK/Europe -
Europe is now Britain's 'essential' relationship, Robin Niblett, World Today
EU/Ukraine -
EU reaches deal on Ukraine trade pact, Jacopo Barigazzi, Politico Europe
EU/Eastern Europe/Balkans/Turkey -
The race for EU membership, Ryan Heath, Politico Europe
Georgia/Turkey/Russia -
Georgia and Abkhazia Caught between Turkey and Russia, Andrea Weiss, Yana Zabanova, SWP


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