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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Tuesday, February 14th, 2017

 

US, Economy, EU, Asia, Trade, Turkey, Human Rights, Russia, Greece, Security, Central/Eastern Europe, NATO, Media, Netherlands

 

US - Harward emerges as front-runner to replace Flynn following talks, Michael Costa, Washington Post
US, Economy -
Trump and the tax plan threatening to split corporate America, Barney Jopson, Sam Fleming and Shawn Donnan, Financial Times
US, Economy -
Trump and the Economy. How to Jump-Start Growth, John Paulson, Foreign Affairs
US, EU -
The Trump Presidency. Policy Outlook, Scenarios and Possible Implications for the EU, European Policy Strategy Centre, European Commission
EU, Economy -
Winter 2017 Economic Forecast, European Commission
EU, Asia, Trade -
Europe explores Asia pivot to fend off protectionism, Arthur Beesley, Paul McClean and Stefan Wagstyl, Financial Times
EU, Turkey, Human Rights -
A Blueprint for Despair. Human Rights Impact of the EU-Turkey Deal, Amnesty International
Russia -
Putin isn't too strong - the enemies make him mighty, Vladislav Inozemtsev, The Hill
Trade, Economy -
EU and others gear up for WTO challenge to US border tax, Shawn Donnan, Barney Jopson and Paul McClean, Financial Times
Greece -
US must understand that Greek default could lead to global crisis, Desmond Lachman, The Hill
Security -
Munich Security Report 2017. Post-Truth, Post-West, Post-Order? Munich Security Conference
Central/Eastern Europe -
Brexit can wait. Europe's pressing worry is its fracturing eastern democracies, Jan Kubik, the Guardian
Europe -
Europe and Power: go global or go bust, Luis Simón, Egmont
NATO -
Nato needs to reform into a global alliance against Islamic terrorism – or become obsolete, Rafael Bardají and Richard Kemp, The Telegraph
Media -
Political Communications in the "Fake News" Era: Six Lessons for Europe, Heidi Tworek, GMF
Netherlands -
Geert Wilders’ American connections, Naomi O’Leary, Politico Europe

 

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