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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Monday June 6th, 2016

Global, Corruption, Radicalization, US, Europe, Russia, EU, Germany, UK, Middle East
 
Global - The muzzle grows tighter – Freedom of speech is in retreat, The Economist
Corruption
Panama Papers Show How Rich United States Clients Hid Millions Abroad, Eric Lipton and Julie Creswell, New York Times 
Radicalization -
Belgium – Journeys to jihad, Jim Brunsden, Financial Times
US
Trump v Clinton – the nastiest fight in presidential history, Edward Luce, Financial Times
US
Trump Versus Clinton on Foreign Policy, Robert E. Hunter, LobeLog
US -
Why winning primaries in big states like California doesn’t matter anymore, Elaine Kamarck, Brookings
US/Europe/Russia
The Fourth Battle of the Atlantic, James Foggo and Alarik Fritz, U.S. Naval Institute 
Russia -
Russia's 'valiant hero' in Ukraine turns his fire on Vladimir Putin, Shaun Walker, The Guardian
EU -
Effective minilateralism for the EU – What, when and how, Erica Moret, ISS Europa
Germany -
In a Reversal, Germany’s Military Growth Is Met With Western Relief, Alison Smale, NY Times
UK
David Cameron’s post-referendum survival guide, Tom McTague, Politico Europe
Middle East -
Why U.S. diplomacy can’t fix the Middle East, Aaron David Miller, Washington Post

 
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