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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Friday April 8, 2016

Netherlands, US, Terrorism, Trade, EU, France, NATO, Arctic, Migration, Russia, Corruption, Iraq

Netherlands - The Dutch Referendum on the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement: Legal options for navigating a tricky and awkward situation, Guillaume Van der Loo, CEPS
US -
How the Republican race could end, Norman J. Ornstein, AEI
US -
Donald Trump Doesn't Understand the Value of U.S. Bases Overseas, Kathleen H. Hicks, Michael J. Green and Heather A. Conley, Foreign Policy
US
The 2016 Elections: Media Equals Mediocrity, Robert E. Hunter, LobeLog
Terrorism -
Al-Qaeda and the Islamic State: Objectives, Threat, Countermeasures, Ulf Brüggemann, German Federal Academy for Security Policy
Trade -
Shaping 21st century trade. TTIP, global standards and multilateralism, Christian Odendahl and Rem Korteweg, Centre for European Reform
Trade
The Expansion of the Information Technology Agreement: An Economic Assessment, European Commission
EU
For a “New Realism” in European Defense: The Five Key Challenges an EU Defense Strategy Should Address, Christian Mölling, GMF
France
How France’s economy minister is trying to change the country, The Economist
NATO
Donald Trump is right about one thing: Nato is obsolete, Mary Dejevsky, The Independent
Arctic
Can the U.S. and Russia Avoid an Arctic Arms Race? Kenneth Yalowitz and Vincent Gallucci, The National Interest
Migration
Enforced cooperation: the Finnish-Russian migration crisis, Piotr Szymański, Piotr Żochowski and Witold Rodkiewicz, OSW
Russia/Corruption
The Russian aspects of the ‘Panama scandal’, Maria Domańska, OSW
Iraq
Giving Iraq a Fighting Chance, Anthony H. Cordesman, CSIS

 
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