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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Wednesday June 8th, 2016

Energy, Migration, US, Sweden, NATO, EU, UK, France, Digital
EnergyCoal After the Paris Agreement, Tim Boersma and Stacy D. VanDeveer, Foreign Affairs
Border Security, Camps, Quotas: The Future of European Refugee Policy? Steffen Angenendt, David Kipp and Anne Koch , SWP Berlin
5 takeaways from the night the US general election began, Glenn Thrush, Politico Europe
Why U.S. leadership on trade and investment is a linchpin of the international liberal order​, Penny Pritzker, Brookings
The Baltic Region’s Security Gap: Understanding Why U.S.-Swedish Military Cooperation Is Key, Carl Hvenmark Nilsson, CSIS
 Avoiding the East-South Divide Ahead of the NATO Summit, Alina Inayeh and Ozgur Unluhisarcikli, GMF
EU plans Africa cash-for-cooperation migration deal, Jacopo Barigazzi and Tara Palmeri, Politico Europe
Eurozone -
Convergence Report, ECB
Eurozone -
European Banking Supervision: The first 18 months, Dirk Schoenmaker and Nicolas Véron, Bruegel
UK -
 Britain found a role but is in danger of losing it again, John Kerr, Financial Times
UK -
How Britain may leave the EU and end up with just as many immigrants, Charles Grant, Centre for European Reform
France -
 Why French Workers Are So Mad, Sylvain Cypel, NY Times 
How can Europe step up its digital game? ECFR

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