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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Friday September 30th, 2016
Brexit, China, EU, Greece, Hungary, Jordan, NATO, Russia, Syria, Trade, US

Brexit - EU Financial Market Access after Brexit, Karel Lannoo, CEPS
Brexit/Greece - How Brexit Britain can save Greece, John R. MacArthur, The Spectator
China/EU -
The changing global governance landscape: China’s multipronged approach and the EU’s response, Balazs Ujvari, Egmont
China/US - Chinese investments in the United States, American Enterprise Institute
EU  - Resilient Anchors in the Southern Mediterranean, Kristina Kausch, Carnegie
Hungary -
Hungary will go its own way on migration policy, András Gyürk, Politico
Jordan - Is Jordan’s Islamist phoenix rising again?  Beverley Milton-Edwards, Brookings
The Unflagging U.S. Commitment to NATO, John R. Deni, Carnegie

Trade - Global Trade and the U.S. Elections, Dan Hamilton and Ron Kirk, OMFIF  
Russia/Syria -
Putin Is Playing by Grozny Rules in Aleppo, Mark Galeotti, Foreign Policy
US -
What Colbert and Springsteen Can Teach the Next President about American Power
András Simonyi, The Huffington Post

US - The Obama administration is pushing Iraq into further chaos, The Washington Post


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