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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Friday, January 13th, 2017

Human Rights, Digital, Biology, Global, US, Cuba, Russia, NATO, Europe, China, Turkey, Eurozone, Auto Industry, Economy
 

Human Rights - World Report 2017, Human Rights Watch

Digital/Biology - Rewriting the Code of Life, Michael Specter, New Yorker

Global - The Emergence of a Post-Fact World, Francis Fukuyama, Project Syndicate

US - Latest to Disagree With Donald Trump: His Cabinet Nominees, Jennifer Steinhauer, New York Times

US - Alliances and American greatness, Edward Lucas, CEPA

US/Cuba - Obama Ends Exemption for Cubans Who Arrive Without Visas, Julie Hirschfield Davis and Frances Robles, New York Times

US/Russia - What Vladimir Putin really wants from Donald Trump, Philip Stevens, Financial Times

US/Europe - How Donald Trump Could Save EU Foreign Policy, Stefan Lehne, Heather Grabbe, Carnegie Europe

NATO - As Trump Reaches Toward Putin, U.S. Troops Arrive in Poland, Rick Lyman and Joanna Berendt, New York Times

NATO - Border Security in Eastern Europe: Lessons for NATO and Partners, Hannah Thoburn, GMF

NATO/Russia - This Interactive Map Shows the High Stakes Missile Stand-Off Between NATO and Russia, Robbie Gramer, Foreign Policy

Europe/China - Europe and China’s New Silk Roads, Frans-Paul van der Putten, John Seaman,

Mikko Huotari, Alice Ekman, Miguel Otero-Iglesias, eds, European Think-tank Network on China

EU/Turkey - A Two-Step Solution, Gerald Knaus, Berlin Policy Journal

Eurozone - Why the Eurozone Still Backs Its Common Currency, Miguel Otero-Iglesias, Foreign Affairs

Auto Industry - Is Fiat heading for an emissions scandal of VW’s magnitude? Peter Campbell and Patti Waldmeir, Financial Times

Economy - Manufacturing Industry. They don't make 'em like that any more, The Economist


 

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