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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Tuesday, February 21st, 2017

 

Economy, Freedom, South Sudan, Mali, US, EU, Transnistria, Libya, Europe, Defense, Finance, Global

 

Economy, Freedom - 2017 Index of Economic Freedom, Heritage Foundation
South Sudan -
Famine declared in South Sudan, with 100,000 people facing starvation, Rael Ombuor, Washington Post
Mali -
The world's most dangerous U.N. mission, Kevin Sieff, Washington Post
US -
The Miserable 21st Century, Nicholas N. Eberstadt, Commentary
US -
Trump Gets an Upgrade at National Security Advisor, Andrew Exum, The Atlantic
US -
Pay no attention to the President?, Jeremy Shapiro, ECFR
EU -
How Donald Trump might Save the E.U., Ivan Krastev, New York Times
EU, Transnistria -
Keeping the Transnistrian conflict on the radar of the EU, Benedikt Harzl, Österreichische Gesellschaft für Europapolitik
EU, Libya -
EUBAM Libya Initial Mapping Report Executive Summary, European Commission
Europe, Defense -
Core Groups: The Way to Real European Defence, Dick Zandee, Egmont Institute
Europe, Finance -
European financial centres after Brexit, Economist
Global -
Alternative Ways of Global Governance: Informal institutions and the role of small states, Katja Creutz, FIIA

 

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