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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Monday, December 19th, 2016

Resilience, Turkey, Iran, Syria, Nuclear, US, Russia, Armenia, Democracy, Corruption, Council of Europe, Migration Balkans, Poland

Resilience - Resilience and Alliance Security: The Warsaw Commitment to Enhance Resilience, Lorenz Meyer-Minnemann, Center for Transatlantic Relations

Resilience - Resilience as Part of NATO’s Strategy: Deterrence by Denial and Cyber Defense, Piret Pernik & Tomas Jermalavičius, Center for Transatlantic Relations

Turkey/Iran - Turkey and Iran's Dangerous Collision Course, Ali Vaez, New York Times

Syria - The Graffiti Kids who sparked the Syrian War, Mark MacKinnon, Globe and Mail

Syria - The battle for Aleppo: ‘It felt like the last goodbye’, Erika Solomon and Geoff Dyer, Financial Times

Syria - The Lessons from Aleppo's Tragic Fate, The Economist

Nuclear - Rising Nuclear Dangers: Steps to Reduce Risks in the Euro-Atlantic Region, Des Browne, Wolfgang Ischinger, Igor Ivanov, and Sam Nunn, Nuclear Threat Initiative

US Pax Trumpiana: America’s allies are preparing for a bumpy ride, The Economist

US/Russia - Rex Tillerson and the Russian Problem, Robert E. Hunter, Lobelog

Russia/Armenia - Russia and Armenia establish joint ground forces, Eduard Abrahamian, CACI Analyst

Russia/Democracy - Russia and the Threat to Liberal Democracy, Larry Diamond, The Atlantic

Democracy - 10 Elections to Watch in 2017, James M. Lindsay, The Atlantic

Corruption/Council of Europe - The European Swamp. Prosecutors, corruption and the Council of Europe, European Stability Initiative

Migration/Balkans - The Western Balkans migratory route: perspectives and persisting challenges, Kristine Anderson, Matteo Bonomi, Raphaela Engel, Tanja Fajon, Milica Mancic, Vladimir Petronijević, EPC

Poland - In Poland, a window on what happens when populists come to power, Anthony Faiola, Washington Post

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