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Transatlantic Must-Reads
February 23rd, 2018
 Caucasus, Democracy, Digital, Economy, EU, Gender, Georgia, NATO, Nuclear, Russia, Syria, Technology, Trade, UK, Ukraine, US
Syria - The world sits by as another massacre unfolds in Syria, Ishaan Tharoor, The Washington Post
Georgia - Good Fences Make Good Neighbors: How Georgia Can Resist Authoritarian Pressure, Joseph Larsen, Georgia Institute of Politics
Caucasus - Geopolitics and Security: A New Strategy for the South Caucasus, Kornely Kakachia, Stefan Meister & Benjamin Fricke, DGAP/Konrad Adenauer Stiftung/Georgian Institute of Politics 
Digital/Nuclear - Internet of nuclear things: Managing the proliferation risks of 3-D printing technology, Wyatt Hoffman & Tristan A. Volpe, Bulletin of Atomic Scientists
NATO - NATO’s Eastern Enlargement: What Western Leaders Said, Hannes Adomeit, German Federal Academy for Security Policy
Russia - Putin’s quest for lost glory, Shaun Walker, The Guardian
Russia - Russian disinformation distorts American and European democracy, The Economist
Russia - Russia’s attacks on America require bipartisan response from Congress, Robert Blackwill and Philip Gordon, The Hill
Technology/Democracy - How Silicon Valley Can Protect U.S. Democracy, Jamie M. Fly and Laura Rosenberger, Foreign Affairs
US/Economy - The Economic Report of the President, Council of Economic Advisers
Trade/EU - Background paper on the EU’s WTO priorities in the post-MC11 context, European Commission
Ukraine - Ukraine four years after the Maidan, Steven Pifer, Brookings
Gender - Tackling women's underrepresentation in U.S. politics: comparative perspectives from Europe, Saskia Brechenmacher, Carnegie Endowment
UK/EU - The right way to do Brexit, The Economist

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