View this email in your browser

Transatlantic Must-Reads

Monday May 31st, 2016

Global, Migration, Radicalization, Slavery, Germany, Russia, NATO, Economy, Digital, US, Energy
Global - Global Complexity: Intersection of Chessboard and Web Trends, Anne-Marie Slaughter, CIDOB
Liberals to the Barricades, Andres Velasco, Project Syndicate
Migration -
Migration Special Report, The Economist
Radicalization -
All Radicalisation is local. The Genesis and Drawbacks of an Elusive Concept, Rik Coolsaet, Egmont
Slavery -
Global Slavery Index 2016, Walk Free Foundation
Germany -
Germany's world: power and followership in a crisis-ridden Europe, Gunther Hellmann, Global Affairs
Germany/Russia -
Step-by-Step Rapprochement: Germany Considers Easing of Russia Sanctions, Der Spiegel
Russia -
Effort to Expose Russia’s ‘Troll Army’ Draws Vicious Retaliation, Andrew Higgins, NY Times
Moving Toward NATO Deterrence for the Cyber Domain, Patrik Maldre, CEPA
Economy -
Brussels urges more caring for sharing economy, Duncan Robinson, Financial Times
Digital -
Web giants sign up to EU hate speech rules, Duncan Robinson, Financial Times
Digital -
Privacy shield dead on arrival, Laurens Cerulus, Politico Europe
Digital -
Due Diligence in Cyberspace. Guidelines for International and European Cyber Policy and Cybersecurity Policy, Annegret Benediek, SWP
US -
The Truth about Populism and Foreign Policy, Stephen Sestanovich, Foreign Affairs
US -
The Top 5 People Trump might pick as his running mate, Chris Cillizza, Washington Post
Welfare Utopia, Alana Samuels, The Atlantic
Elections and the Fear of Global Change, Edward Goldberg, Real Clear World
Oil and gas boom feeds greatest real wage growth in U.S., but will it last? Drew Desilver, Pew Research

Follow along on Twitter with #CTRmustread. Click here to subscribe to the Transatlantic Must-Reads. Sign up for our events mailing list here.

The Center for Transatlantic Relations at Johns Hopkins University SAIS.