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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Monday May 23rd, 2016

Austria, Kosovo, IS, West, Turkey, Eastern Europe, Global, US, Russia, Denmark, Spain, China, Economy
Austria - Austrian Far-Right Candidate Norbert Hofer Narrowly Loses Presidential Vote, Alison Smale, New York Times
Kosovo/IS -
How Kosovo was turned into Fertile Ground for ISIS, Carlotta Gall, New York Times
West -
How the West (And the Rest) Got Rich, Deirdre McCloskey, Wall Street Journal
Turkey -
Turkey’s parliament votes to strip immunity from a third of MPs, Mehul Srivastava and Stefan Wagstyl, Financial Times
Eastern Europe -
A drive through Eastern Europe’s twilight zone, Vijai Maheshwari, Politico Europe
World humanitarian summit starts amid hope, hype and fear of empty words, Patrick Kingsley, EurActiv
America’s Saving Perils, Stephen S. Roach, Project Syndicate
How Populism Will Change Foreign Policy, Richard Fontaine and Robert D. Kaplan, Foreign Affairs
Hillary Clinton and the ghost of Ralph Nader, Edward Luce, Financial Times
Russia -
Russia 2030: A story of great power dreams and small victorious wars, Fredrik Wesslau & Andrew Wilson, ECFR
The Revival of the Russian Military – How Moscow reloaded, Dmitri Trenin, Foreign Affairs
In Defense of Denmark, James Kirchick, Foreign Policy
Spain -
Can Spain break the curse of the periphery? The upcoming Spanish elections and what it means for Europe, Miroslav Beblavý, CEPS
China's Coming Revolution, Gordon G. Chang, The National Interest
A Debt Agenda for the G7, Martin Feldstein, Project Syndicate

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