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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Monday, April 3rd, 2017

 

US, Finance, Balkans, Hungary, NAFTA, Trade, France, Russia, Nuclear, Turkey, Cuba, EU

US - The 2017 Long-Term Budget Outlook, Congressional Budget Office
Finance -
Opening the vaults: The use of tax havens by Europe’s biggest banks, Oxfam
Balkans -
Balkan Troubles, Milan Nic, Berlin Policy Journal
Hungary -
Academic Freedom, Under Threat in Europe, Michael Ignatieff, New York Times
NAFTA, Trade -
How US states rely on the NAFTA supply chain, Joseph Parilla, Brookings
Trade -
US Trade Laws and the Sovereignty Canard, Dan J. Ikenson, CATO Institute
France -
France’s Rightward Shift, Charles C. W. Cooke, National Review
Russia, Nuclear -
Russia’s Nuclear Diplomacy, Sagatom Saha, Foreign Affairs
Turkey -
The Demise of the Anatolian Tiger, Maximilian Popp, Der Spiegel
Cuba, EU -
Cuba “Updates” Its Economic Model. Perspectives for Cooperation with the European Union, Evita Schmieg, SWP

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