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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Tuesday, November 15th 2016

US, Europe, Israel, Germany Digital, UK, Eastern Europe, Global Economy, China, Middle East

US – To an anxious friend, Eliot Cohen, American Interest

US – The pretty successful superpower, Hal Brands, American Interest

US - A New American Foreign Policy? Michael Mandelbaum, American Interest 

US - Presidential Transitions: Issues Involving Outgoing and Incoming AdministrationsL. Elaine Halchin, Congressional Research Service

US - Yes, he can, Andrea Renda, CEPS

US - Donald Trump’s Far-Flung Holdings Raise Potential for Conflicts of Interest, Eric Lipton and Susanne Craig, New York Times

US/Europe – Europe in the Trumpworld: EU trade and security under the new US executive, Fredrik Erixon and Hosuk Lee-Makiyama, ECIPE

US/Israel - Repairing the U.S.-Israel Relationship, Robert Blackwill and Philip Gordon, Council on Foreign Relations

Germany - Is Angela Merkel the leader of the free world now? Not quite, Constanze Stelzenmüller, The Washington Post

Digital - The EU-US Privacy Shield Framework. A New Paradigm for an Evolving Digital World

Michael McKeon, Bertelsmann Foundation

UK - Leaked memo: UK government has no Brexit strategy, Matthew Tempest, EurActiv

Eastern Europe - The new presidents of Bulgaria and Moldova are less pro-Russian than advertised, The Economist

Global Economy - How far will the pendulum swing against globalisation? Lorenzo Bini Smaghi, Financial Times

Global Economy - The Losers of Deglobalization. Why States Should Fear the Closing of an Open World, Pierpaolo Barbieri, Foreign Affairs

China/Middle East - China’s Interests in Syria and the Middle East, Christina Lin, Syria Comment


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