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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Thursday, May 25th 2017

NATO, US, Europe, Central Asia, China, Russia, Energy, Mali, Nordics, Baltics, Defense, Terrorism, Middle East

NATO, US - America’s NATO Problem: We’ve Forgotten Why We’re a Member, Jeffrey Rathke, CSIS
NATO, Europe -
Europe's NATO balancing act, Sophia Besch, CER
Central Asia, China, Russia -
Central Asia Ready to Follow China’s Lead despite Russian Ties, George Voloshin, Jamestown Foundation
Energy -
The Kremlin’s Gas Games in Europe: Implications for Policy Makers, Ilya Zaslavskiy, Atlantic Council
Europe, Mali -
Stabilising Mali - why Europe must look beyond technicalities, Andrew Lebovich, ECFR
Nordics, Baltics, Defense -
Options for Enhancing Nordic–Baltic Defence and Security Cooperation, Henrik Ø. Breitenbauch et al., Copenhagen University Centre for Military Studies
Terrorism -
How Islamic State clings on in Libya, Economist
US -
Colin Powell: American Leadership — We Can’t Do It for Free, Colin Powell, New York Times
US, Middle East -
The path from Middle East sectarianism to European terror, Philip Stephens, Financial Times
US, Middle East -
Are the U.S. and Iran on a Collision Course in Syria? Dan De Luce & Paul McLeary, Foreign Policy

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