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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Friday July 1st, 2016


Please note that in July the must reads will appear once a week on Friday. Enjoy the summer!

Global, US, Europe, Austria, UK, Slovakia, France, Germany, Russia, China, Central Asia, Poverty

Global 2016 Social Progress Index, Social Progress Imperative
US -
ON Views of Race and Inequality, Blacks and Whites Are Worlds Apart, Pew Research
US -
The coming political alignment, David Brooks, NY Times
US -
Clinton dominates Trump on the ground, Steven Shephard, Politico Europe
Europe -
Eastern Europeans bemoan Brexit and shun closer EU integration, Neil Buckley and Henry Foy, Financial Times
Europe -
From clout to rout, The Economist 
EU -
The EU's new global strategy: Useful or pointless? Jan Techau, Carnegie
Austria -
Austria's highest court orders repeat of presidential runoff, Alison Smale, NY Times
UK -
Leaving the EU: Parliament's Role in the Process, House of Lords
UK
How will Boris Johnson’s departure change the Tory leadership contest? Jonathan Freedland, Zoe Williams, Mary Dejevsky and Mark Wallace, The Guardian
UK -
Corbyn has a slim support of party members - poll, Reuters
UK -
A very British betrayal, Tom McTague and Alex Spence, Politico Europe
UK -
Roadmap plan for UK Departure from the EU, The Brexit Plan
Slovakia -
Slovak Presidency of the Council of the EU, Weber Shandwick
France -
The French Right's plan to save Europe: More France, Nicholas Vinocur, Politico Europe
Germany -
Angela Merkel needs China reality check, Thorsten Benner, Politico Europe
Russia -
Prelude to a purge, The Economist
China -
Our bulldozers, our rule, The Economist
Central Asia -
Stans undelivered, The Economist
Poverty
Why Most Poor People Live in 'Middle-Income Countries', Rema Nagarajan, Der Spiegel

 
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