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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Friday July 15th, 2016
US, UK, EU, Russia, Italy, Germany, China, NATO, Trade, Turkey

US - The US Vice President and Foreign Policy, Jonathan Masters, CFR
US -
Why Mike Pence is Good for GOP Conservatives - and for Cory Booker, Kori Schake, Foreign Policy
UK -
Turf war behind Boris Johnson's shock new job, Tim King, Politico Europe
UK -
New cabinet may signal Britain’s retreat as a Western power, Anne Applebaum, Washington Post
Germany -
Is German Strength an Illusion? , Sophia Besch, CER

Italy - Italy’s Banking Problem Is Serious but Not Intractable, Nicolas Véron, Peterson Institute
Europe - 
Voices from Europe's Far Right, Palko Karasz, New York Times
Europe -
Diesel Emissions: EU Commission Has Known for Years about Manipulation, Markus Becker, Spiegel
To Lead or Not to Lead: That is the (Only) Question for Obama in Warsaw, Robert Hunter, LobeLog
NATO - Making the Most of a NATO Summit, Reva Goujon, RealClear World
Russia - How Is Russia's Economy? A Yeltsin-Style 'Not Good', William Wilson, RealClear World
Russia/China -
The China-Russia trade relationship and its impact on EuropeAlicia García-Herrero and Jianwei Xu, Bruegel
Trade -
What's the Problem with Protectionism?, Barry Eichengreen, Project Syndicate
Turkey -
Turkey's "Deep State" Has a Secret Back Channel to Assad, Cernan Kenar, Foreign Policy
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