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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Monday October 3rd, 2016
Afghanistan, Colombia, Europe, EU, Germany, Investment, Syria, Trade, UK
 

Europe - Europe Needs Its Realist Past, Walter Russell Mead, Wall Street Journal
Syria -
The Syrian Trauma, Peter Harling, Synaps

Afghanistan - Fifteen Years in the Afghan Crucible, Carlotta Gall, New York Times
Colombia -  
Why Colombians voted against peace with the Farc, Isabel Hilton, The Guardian
Hungary -
Why Hungary's failed referendum sends an important message, András Simonyi, The Huffington Post  

UK/EU - Theresa May will trigger Article 50 ‘by the end of March’, Kate Allen, Financial Times
UK/EU -
Why the 27 are taking a hard line on Brexit, Charles Grant, Centre for European Reform

UK/Trade - They have come to bury free trade, not to praise it, Martin Sandbu, Financial Times
Trade -
Trade Deals. Hard Bargain, The Economist
Trade
- Trade Policy Has Become Politically Unpopular. These Steps Could Help Rehabilitate It, Robert Litan, The Wall Street Journal
Trade - Free trade: Coming and Going, The Economist
Trade -
The world economy: An open and shut case, The Economist

Trade - Anti-globalists: Why they’re wrong, The Economist
Investment -
Capital mobility: The good, the bad and the ugly, The Economist

Germany - A tale of two ethics, The Economist

 

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