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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Thursday June 16th, 2016

UK, US, China, EU, Georgia, Hungary, Turkey, Digital
 
UKTen things Cameron should do if we vote “Remain”, Ian Bond, Centre for European Reform
UK/US -
Brexit: Good for the United States?, Richard N. Haass and John Fonte, The American Interest
US -
Economic Survey of the United States 2016, OECD
US - Battleground boss: Clinton leads Trump across swing-state map, Steven Shepard, Politico
US
Sanders May Have Lost the Primary, But He’s Already Won Key Concessions on Foreign Policy, Molly O’Toole, Foreign Policy
US/China
China's High-Speed Rail Diplomacy, Tom Zoellner, Foreign Affairs
EU -
Can the EU Survive Populism? Heather Grabbe and Stefan Lehne, Carnegie
EU
Sweating the Summer Summit in Amsterdam, Kai Leers, Real Clear World
EU/Georgia
EU-Georgia: delay in the visa liberalisation process, Maciej Falkowski and Rafal Sadowski, OSW
Hungary
The anti-terrorist legislative package in Hungary, Andrzej Sadecki, OSW
Turkey
What Does Davutoğlu’s Departure Mean for the AKParty and Turkey at Large? Galip Dalay, GMF
Digital
There Is No Such Thing as Private Data, Kaveh Waddell, The Atlantic

 
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