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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Thursday, November 17th 2016

Populism, Global, US, Europe, UK, Russia, China, Baltics, Germany, France

Populism - Trump’s Populism Is Not Just a Western Phenomenon, Benjamin Wallace-Wells, New Yorker

Global - The new nationalism, The Economist

US - Eight charts that explain how Trump won, Lauren Leatherby, Claire Manibog and Joanna Kao, Financial Times

US - Goodbye, American neoliberalism. A new era is here, Cornel West, The Guardian

US/Europe - A Donald Trump hangover for European leaders, James Durso, The Hill

US - Trump, Berlusconi and That Feeling of Having Seen It All Before, Matteo Garavoglia, The Globalist

US/UK - Is liberalism really to blame for Britain's (and America's) ills? Roy Greenslade, The Guardian

US/Europe - The Future of Transatlantic Relations, Barack Obama and Angela Merkel, Wirtschaftswoche

US/Europe - In Private Meeting, Euro Diplomats Beseech Trump Team to Uphold Transatlantic Pacts, Colum Lynch, Dan De Luce, Foreign Policy

US/Russia - The United States needs to hold Russia accountable for its aggression, U.S. Senator Ben Cardin, Washington Post
US/China - 2016 Report to Congress of the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission

US/China - Sino-U.S. Relations in the Trump Era, Douglas H. Paal, Carnegie

US/China - Trump's Gift to China, Salvatore Babones, Foreign Affairs

Baltics - How World War III Could Begin in Latvia, Paul D. Miller, Foreign Policy

Germany - Germany Can Protect the Liberal Order, Thorsten Benner, Foreign Affairs

FranceAn Outsider's Bid for the French Presidency, Yasmeen Serhan, The Atlantic


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