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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Monday, October 17th 2016
Artificial Intelligence, Chechnya, Climate Change, Extended Intelligence, EU, Europe, Germany, Migration, Montenegro, Russia, Syria, Trade, Turkey, UK, US

US - After Obama: The future of US foreign policy, Robert Zoellick, Financial Times
US/Europe - Fear and Loathing on the Road to the US elections, European Council on Foreign Relations

US/Russia - Putin Throws Out the Old Nuclear Rules, Rattling Washington, Dan De Luce and Reid Standish, Foreign Policy

US/Russia/Syria - How Syria Became the New Global War, Der Spiegel
EU/Russia - EU divided and sidelined, again, on Russia, David M. Herszenhorn, Politico

Russia/Chechnya/Syria - Kremlin war crimes: From Chechnya to Syria, Janusz Bugajski, CEPA

Montenegro - Unofficial results: Montenegro pro-West ruling party wins, Dusan Stojanovic, AP News

Migration - Borders and Walls: Do Barriers Deter Unauthorized Migration? Reece Jones, Migration Policy Institute

Migration/GermanyMoving Beyond Crisis:  Germany’s New Approaches to Integrating Refugees into the Labor Market, Victoria Rietig, Transatlantic Council on Migration

Climate ChangeNations, Fighting Powerful Refrigerant That Warms Planet, Reach Landmark Deal, Colin Davenport, New York Times

UK - Britain after Brexit, Lionel Barber, Financial Times
Turkey - Turkey's Thirty Year Coup, Dexter Filkins, New Yorker

Turkey/Russia - Turkey, Russia, and the European Diplomatic Chessboard, Marc Pierini, Carnegie Europe

Artificial/Extended Intelligence -- Barack Obama, Neural Nets, Self-Driving Cars, and the Future of the World, Wired

Trade - No Time For Trade Fundamentalism, Dani Rodrik, Project Syndicate


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