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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Tuesday June 21st, 2016

US, UK, Switzerland, Germany, NATO, Russia, Migration, Energy
 
USWhat makes this year’s conventions so controversial, The Economist
US
How billionaires, corporations and secretive governments curtail press freedom, Katrina Van den Heuvel, Washington Post
US
Toward a New National Security Space Strategy: Time for a Strategic Rebalancing, Theresa Hitchens and Joan Johnson-Freese, Atlantic Council
UK -
5 facts about migration and the United Kingdom, Phillip Connor and Jens Manuel Krogstad, Pew Research
UK
Brits abroad: How Brexit could hurt expats, Susi Dennison and Dina Pardijs, ECFR
UK
A referendum that is both naive and necessary, Janan Ganesh, Financial Times
Switzerland
Switzerland fears it will be a Brexit loser, Priti Patnaik, Politico Europe
Germany
Welcome to the New German City, Andrew Chrismer, US News
NATO
Restoring the Power and Purpose of the NATO Alliance, Nicholas Burns and James L. Jones, Atlantic Council
Russia -
Chechen Government May Be Winner in Dispute Between Dagestani Oligarchs, Valery Dzutsati, The Jamestown Foundation
Russia
The delayed threat of Strelkov's opposition movement, Anna Arutunyan, ECFR
Migration
The world’s refugees and internally displaced, The Economist
Migration
People on the move – The new global (dis)order, Roderick Parkes, ISS Europa
Energy
Rigonomics - Is $50 a barrel enough to revive global oil production? The Economist

 
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