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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Wednesday, October 26th 2016
EU, Europe, France, Greece, Justice, Middle East, Montenegro, Russia, Trade, US

 

Trade - Sluggish global trade growth is here to stay, Martin Wolf, Financial Times
Trade -
Free Trade in Chains, Paola Subacchi, Project Syndicate
Trade/Europe -
Why less Europe is no Europe - comparing the fates of CETA and MES, François Godement, ECFR 
Montenegro -
Veteran Montenegro PM Milo Djukanovic ‘Will Quit’, Dusica Tomovic, Balkan Insight
Greece
IMF: In or out of the Greek program? Theodore Pelagidis, Brookings  
US/Middle East -
Failed States and Ungoverned Spaces, Marc Lynch, Carnegie 
US/Europe
Cities Become the New Drivers of Transatlantic Trust, Ivan Vejvoda, Geraldine Ide Gardner, GMF 
Europe/Justice -
The internal-external nexus: cross-border criminal justice, Florian Trauner, Auke Willems, ISS 
EU -
Thirty Years of the Single European Market, Stefano Micossi, CEPS 
Russia -
Playing With Fear: Russia’s War Card, Michael Khodarkovsky, New York Times
France -
What France's Reeling President Can Learn from de Gaulle, Robert Zaretsky, Real Clear World

 

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