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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Thursday, October 27th 2016
Belgium, Caspian, China, Defense, Digital, Economy, EU, Europe, France, Germany, Middle East, Migration, North Africa, Saudi Arabia, Sweden, Terrorism, Trade, Tunisia, US, West 

Migration - Refugees/Migrants Emergency Response - Mediterranean, UNHCR
Trade -
Belgium breaks deadlock over EU-Canada trade pact, Robert-Jan Bartunek, Reuters
Trade -
How Pro-Trade People Can Make Fewer Self-Defeating Arguments, Scott Miller, CSIS 
Trade/US/Europe --
The presidential campaign and the future of US trade policy: implications for transatlantic relations, Peter S. Rashish, European Policy Centre
US/Tunisia/North Africa -
U.S. has secretly expanded its global network of drone bases to North Africa, Adam Entous and Missy Ryan, Washington Post 
US/Saudi Arabia -
What a Real Review of U.S. Military Assistance to Saudi Arabia Would Say, Richard Sokolsky,  Jeremy Shapiro, Carnegie 
West/Middle East -
How Should Culture Affect Foreign Policy? Steven A. Cook, The Atlantic 
Digital -
Privacy group launches legal challenge against EU-U.S. data pact, Julia Fioretti and Justin Volz, Reuters
Economy -
Is Sharing Really Caring? The Debate Heats Up in Transatlantic Cities, Andrew Chrismer, GMF 
Economy/EU -
An Anatomy of Inclusive Growth in Europe, Zsolt Darvas and Guntram B. Wolff, Bruegel
Terrorism/Belgium -
Counterterrorism in Belgium: Key Challenges and Policy Options, Thomas Renards, ed., Egmont Institute
US/Sweden/Defense -
Enhancing the US-Swedish Defense Relationship, Magnus Nordenman, Atlantic Council 
Caspian -
Crossing the Caspian: Letter From Turkmenbashi, Bruno Maçães, Carnegie Europe
France/Germany -
Rethinking Franco-German Relations, Markus Brunnermeier, Harold James and Jean-Pierre Landau, New York Times
Germany/China/Europe -
If China cannot beat Europe, it will acquire it, John Gapper, Financial Times


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