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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Tuesday, December 20th, 2016

Resilience, US, Europe, North Korea, Germany, Italy, Terror, Crime, Russia, Turkey, Egypt

Resilience Forward Resilience in the Age of Hybrid Threats: The Role of European Intelligence, Björn Fägersten, Center for Transatlantic Relations

Resilience Temporal Projection of Societal Resilience in the EU: A Dynamic Organization Approach, Tim Prior, Center for Transatlantic Relations

US - Maintaining Perspective About Adversaries, George Friedman, Geopolitical Futures

US - Donald Trump’s Post-Cold War Vision of U.S. Foreign Policy, Uri Friedman, The Atlantic

Europe - Europe’s Far-Right Anger Is Moving Mainstream, Bruce Stokes, Foreign Policy

Europe/North Korea - North Korea: The European Union Could Help Break the Diplomatic Stalemate, Boris Toucas, CSIS

Germany - ‘Here in our country,’ Janosch Delcker, Politico

Italy - Europe’s make-or-break country. What is wrong with Italy’s economy? Ferdinando Giugliano and Christian Odendahl, Centre for European Reform

Terror/Crime - Crime and Terror in Europe: Where the Nexus Is Alive and Well, Colin P. Clarke, RAND

Russia - The Coming of the Russian Jihad, Part II, Leon Aron, War on the Rocks

Russia - Heavy Metal Diplomacy: Russia’s Political Use of its Military in Europe since 2014, Mark Galeotti, ECFR

Russia/Turkey - Five Things to Worry About After the Assassination of Russia’s Ambassador to Turkey, Robbie Gramer and Emily Tamkin, Foreign Policy

Egypt - Sisi’s Egypt: The march of the security state, Roula Khalaf Financial Times

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