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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Wednesday, November 30th, 2016

US, Defense, Turkey, Syria, Russia, Europe, Populism, Italy, Trade, Freedom, Multilateralism, Korea


US - America: This Is Your Future, Dana Goldstein, Politico

US/Defense - Will the Department of Defense Invest in People or Technology? Theodore R. Johnson, The Atlantic

US/Turkey - The sultan and the salesman: Turkey’s Islamist president is embracing Donald Trump, The Economist

Syria - A Syria Policy for Trump, Andrew J. Tabler and Dennis Ross, Foreign Affairs

Syria - Erdogan comes face to face with US, Russia in Syria, Semih Idiz, Al Monitor

US/Russia - Symposium: Advice to President Trump on U.S.-Russia Policy, National Interest

US/Russia - If Trump wanted a US-Russia 'grand bargain,' what would it look like? Fred Weir, Christian Science Monitor

Europe The Case for Investing in Europe, Joseph P. Quinlan, AmCham EU

Europe/Populism Is Populism Sweeping Europe? Radio Liberty/Radio Free Europe

Italy The problem is London, not Rome: Italy and the constitutional referendum, Federiga Bindi, Huffington Post

Trade Trade Sustainability Impact Assessment on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) between the EU and the USA, Draft Final Report, European Commission

Freedom The Human Freedom Index, Ian Vasquez and Tanja Porcnic, Cato Institute

Multilateralism - Why Multilateralism Still Matters, Javier Solana, Project Syndicate

Korea - A Dangerous Moment in Korea, David Feith, Wall Street Journal


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