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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Wednesday, January 11th, 2017

US, Europe, Middle East, China, Defense, Digital, EU, Turkey, UK, Russia

US - The Increasingly Lonely Hope of Barack Obama, Vinson Cunningham, New Yorker
US How America Changed During Barack Obama’s Presidency, Michael Dimock, PewReseachCenter
S/Europe - Letter to President-elect Donald J. Trump from America’s Allies, The Washington Post
US/Europe - New Deals for the Old Continent, Daniela Schwarzer, Berlin Policy Journal
US/Middle East - Iran, Mattis, and the Real Threat to U.S. Strategic Interests in the Middle East, Anthony H. Cordesman, CSIS
US/China - The Kindleberger Trap, Joseph S. Nye, Project Syndicate
US/China - Trump Through Chinese Eyes, Jeffrey N. Wasserstrom, Project Syndicate
US/Defense - Charting a Course. Strategic Choices for a New Administration, R.D. Hooker, Jr, ed., National Defense University
Defense/Digital - Cyber and Deterrence. The Military-Civil Nexus in High-End Conflict, Franklin D. Kramer, Robert J. Butler, and Catherine Lotrionte, Atlantic Council
Digital/EU - Open Up. How to fix the flaws in the EU’s Digital Single Market, Hosuk Lee-Makiyama and Philippe Legrain, Open Political Economy Network (OPEN)
Turkey - The Roots of the Turkish Crisis, Sophia Pandya, Democracy
EU The EU as global trade and investment actor – The times they are a-changin’, Bettina Rudloff, Moritz Laurer, SWP
UK - Brexit Confusion A Riddle Wrapped in a Mystery Inside an Enigma, Christoph Scheuermann, Der Spiegel
Russia - Kaliningrad Oblast 2016. The Society, Economy and Army, Iwona Wiśniewska, Maria Domańska, Jan Strzelecki, Piotr Żochowski, Andrzej Wilk, Marek Menkiszak, OSW Centre for Eastern Studies

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