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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Monday, November 7th 2016
US, EU, Canada, Trade, Digital, UK, Europe, Germany, Security, Energy, Turkey, Terrorism, Caucasus

US - U.S. Election Forecast, FiveThirtyEight
US -
Presidential Election: The Day Before the Storm, Maggie Haberman, New York Times
US -
Clinton's narrow lead holds steady, Steven Shepard, Politico
US -
Three paths that deliver Trump the win, Shane Goldmacher, Politico
US -
16 battlegrounds that will decide the election, Charlie Mahtesian, Politico
US -
Congress. Final Snapshot, Burgess Everett and Rachel Bade, Politico
US --
American politics in the age of vitriol, Edward Luce, Financial Times
Oversight of the US executive. The Congressional experience and its lessons for the EU, Cornelia Klugman, European Parliament Research Service
US/Canada --
Clinton or Trump: Canada's Energy Relations with the US, Colin Robertson, Canadian Global Affairs Institute
US/Trade -
Protectionism in the 2016 Election: Causes and Consequences, Truths and Fictions, Cullen S. Hendrix, PIIE
US/Trade/Digital -
The government failed U.S. workers on global trade. It must do better on technology, Vivek Wadhwa and Edward Alden, The Washington Post  
Digital/UK  --
The National Cyber Security Strategy: Steady as She Goes or Significant Change?
Ewan Lawson, RUSI
Europe --
The ruthlessly effective rebranding of Europe’s new far right, Sasha Polakow-Suransky, The Guardian
Germany/Security --
The New White Paper 2016 – Promoting Greater Understanding of Security Policy? Markus Kaim and Hilmar Linnenkamp, SWP
Germany/Energy --
The driving force of Germany’s Energiewende, Nick Butler, Financial Times
Turkey --
Crackdown in Turkey. Erdogan Ups the Ante, Henri J. Barkey, The American Interest
Terrorism -
The Uncertain Trends and Metrics of Terrorism in 2016, Anthony H. Cordesman, CSIS
 Caucasus -  
Strategic Assessment: Security Concerns Dominate South Caucasus, While Regional Governments Consolidate Power, Zaur Shiriyev, Jamestown Foundation


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