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Transatlantic Must-Reads

September 13, 2016

US, UK, EU, Bulgaria, Digital, Eastern Europe, Terrorism, Nordics, Germany, France, Terrorism, Brexit

US - The Parties on the Eve of the 2016 Election: Two Coalitions, Moving Further Apart, Pew Research Center
Europe’s Bite Out of Apple Shows the Need for U.S. Tax Reform, Jacob J. Lew, Wall Street Journal
The False Promise of a Free-Trade Paradise for Brexit Britain, Nick Clegg, Financial Times
Bulgaria Caught Between NATO and the Kremlin, Harry Cooper and Christian Oliver, Politico Europe,
Eastern Europe
Trumps East European Achilles Heel, Michael Haltzel, The Huffington Post
Brexit -
Brexit offers a chance to renew a factious Europe, Gideon Rachman, Financial Times
12 Ideas to Save Europe, Jacopo Barigazzi, Politico Europe
What Europe Got Wrong About the NSA, and Why Terrorism Might Change Its Mind About Spying, Michèle Flournoy and Adam I. Klein, Foreign Affairs
Europe in the Crosshairs: Political Implications of Terror, Carl Hvenmark Nilsson, CSIS
Misreading the Nordic Model: How American Admirers Get Scandinavia Wrong, Nima Sanandaji, Foreign Affairs
Angela Merkel’s Problems in Germany Could Challenge Europe, Too, Alison Smale, The New York Times
Germany/France -
Paris and Berlin push for tighter defence co-operation, Alex Barker, Financial Times
IS –
ISIS and the New Route of Hashish, Natalia V. Osipova and Rukmini Callimachi, New York Times
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