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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Monday, February 6th, 2017

Global, Digital, EU, Defense, Romania, France, Migration, UK, Finance, Economy, US, Agriculture, Russia, Iran, Germany, Media


Global - Backing Into World War III, Robert Kagan, Foreign Policy
Digital -
Europe has a chance to dominate deep tech, John Thornhill, Financial Times
EU, Defense -
EU could slash costs by pooling military spending: study, Janosch Delcker, Politico Europe
Romania -
Romania’s anticorruption implosion: View, Alina Mungiu-Pippidi, Euronews
France -
Marine Le Pen’s plan to make France great again, Nicholas Vinocur, Politico Europe
Migration -
Refugees returning to ‘tried and tested’ North African route, Radim Klekner, EurActiv
UK, EU -
The €60 Billion Brexit Bill: How to Disentangle Britain from the EU Budget, Alex Barker, Centre for European Reform
UK, EU, Finance -
Planning for Brexit. Operational impacts on wholesale banking and capital markets in Europe, PriceWaterhouseCoopers/Association for Financial Markets in Europe
EU, Economy, US, Agriculture -
Mega-mergers that can tarnish Vestager’s ethical legacy, Nicholas Hirst, Simon Marks and Bjarke Smith-Meye, Politico
US -
Tillerson’s State Department: Personnel are Policy, Robert E. Hunter, LobeLog
US, Russia -
This is what a deal could look like between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin, Vladislav Inozemtsev, Center for Transatlantic Relations
US, Russia, Iran -
Trump Administration Looks at Driving Wedge Between Russia and Iran, Jay Solomon, Wall Street Journal
US, Germany -
Do we really want a currency war with Germany? Desmond Lachman, The Hill
Germany -
The New Parameters of German Foreign Policy, Hans Kundnani, The German Marshall Fund
Germany, Media, Digital  -
Germany Shouldn’t Force Social Media Firms to Be Arbiters of Truth, Nick Wallace and Alan McQuinn, The Local


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