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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Thursday June 2st, 2016

Europe, Turkey, US, Defense, Non-Proliferation, Israel, Global, Technology, Russia, Libya, Brexit
 

Europe Identity politics keep feeding Europe’s far-right, Matthew Karnitschnig, Politico Europe
Turkey
Recep Tayyip Erdogan tightens his grip on Turkey, David Gardner, Financial Times
US
How Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump See the World Differently, Damian Paletta, The Wall Street Journal
US
Donald Trump and the Idea of the Rust Belt, Benjamin Wallace-Wells, The New Yorker
Defense
What America's Big New Defense Plan Gets Wrong, Jeffrey P. Bialos and Stuart L. Koehl, The National Interest
Defense
US forces: between Europe and Asia, Jan Joel Andersson, EUISS
Non-Proliferation
Anticipatory Arms Control, Adam Mount, Deep Cuts
Israel
Could Bibi’s Big Right-Wing Gamble Be His Undoing? Neri Zilber, Foreign Policy
Global
Big Win Over ISIS Could Mean a New War, Nancy A. Youssef, Michael Weiss, The Daily Beast
Technology
How technology is changing manufacturing, Darrell M. West, Brookings
Russia
Chechnya: Russia’s Islamic State? Yaroslav Trofimov, The Wall Street Journal
Libya
Militias in Libya Advance on ISIS Stronghold of Surt With Separate Agendas, Declan Walsh, The New York Times
Brexit
Britain’s Energy and Climate Future Points to ‘In’, Anthony Froggatt and Thomas Raines, Chatham House


 
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