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Transatlantic Must-Reads
December 12th, 2017
 Balkans, EU, Germany, Iran, Nuclear, Russia, UK, US


EU - The case for European conservatism over grand designs, Timothy Garton Ash, Financial Times
UK/EU - Britain Opts for "Brexit in Name Only", Jacob Funk Kirkegaard, Peterson Institute
UK/EU/US - After Brexit: Alternate forms of Brexit and their implications for the United Kingdom, the European Union and the United States, Charles P. Ries, Marco Hafner, Troy D. Smith, Frances G. Burwell, Daniel Egel, Eugeniu Han, Martin Stepanek and Howard J. Shatz, RAND
Russia - What Putin Really Wants, Iulia Joffe, The Atlantic
Russia/Nuclear - Russian Compliance with the Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty: Background and Issues for Congress, Amy F. Woolf, Congressional Research Service
Russia/Nuclear - Trump approves new Russia sanctions for violating Cold War arms pact, Gregory Hellman, Politico
Russia/Nuclear - The Death of the INF Treaty Could Signal U.S.-Russia Missile Race, Steven Pifer, National Interest
Nuclear - US says it may restart intermediate nuclear missile development, Demetri Sevastopulo and Kathrin Hille, Financial Times
Nuclear - After the INF Treaty: An Objective Look at US and Russian Compliance, Plus a New Arms Control Regime, Kevin Ryan, Russia Matters, Harvard Belfer Center
Nuclear - Breakthrough or Breakpoint? Global Perspectives on the Nuclear Ban Treaty, Shatabhisha Shetty and Denitsa Raynova, European Leadership Network
Nuclear/Iran - Fate of Iran deal to land back in Trump’s hands, Katrina Manson, Financial Times
Germany - “Make Germany Great Again.” Kremlin, Alt-Right and International Influences in the 2017 German Elections, Anne Applebaum, Peter Pomarantsev, Melanie Smith, Chloe Collier, Institute for Strategic Dialogue/LSE Institute of Global Affairs
Germany/Migration - Germany’s biggest Brexit boon: immigrants, Christian Odendahl, Politico
Balkans/EU - EU is back into the Balkans, if selectively, Harry Cooper, Politico


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