Thanksgiving, US, Central Europe, Defense, Europe, UK, Russia, EU, France, Italy, Hungary, Energy, Turkey, Trade
Note: Due to the Thanksgiving holiday the must-reads will return on Monday, November 28.
Thanksgiving - Garrison Keillor's Thanksgiving diary, Garrison Keillor, The Guardian
Thanksgiving - The American Thanksgiving, New York Times
US - What role for the workers in Trump’s American factory revival? Ed Crooks, Financial Times
US - Trump: A World Deconstructed? Josef Joffe, American Interest
US - America and the World in Transition, Richard Haass, Project Syndicate
US - Trump’s ‘America First’ Is the Twilight of American Exceptionalism, Max Boot, Foreign Policy
US/Central Europe - Central Europe’s Uncertain Future, Dariusz Kalan, Foreign Affairs
US/Defense - Preserving Primacy. A Defense Strategy for the New Administration, Mac Thornberry and Andrew F. Krepinevich Jr., Foreign Affairs
US/Europe - Daydream Believers. Assertive rhetoric about European security autonomy rings hollow, Michael Rühle, Berlin Policy Journal
US/UK - How Much Humiliation Can the Special Relationship Take? Alex Massie, Foreign Policy
US/Russia – Cooperation with Russia is possible, Kathryn Stoner, The Atlantic
EU/UK - Mapping Member States' Stances in a Post-Brexit European Union, Eleonora Poli, IAI
France - François Fillon is an opponent Marine Le Pen will fear, Peter Westmacott, Financial Times
Italy - Fleeing from Italy, Carmen Reinhart, Project Syndicate
Central Europe - Broken Embraces: Is Central Europe Falling Out of Love with the West? Jeffrey Gedmin Simona Kordosova Lightfoot, Atlantic Council
Hungary/Energy/EU/Russia - Hungary's nuke deal puts Vestager on spot, Nicholas Hirst, Jakob Hanke and Christian Oliver, Politico Europe
Turkey - Turkey and the West: Is Thinking Beyond Conjuncture Possible? Ozgur Unluhisarcikli, GMF
Trade - Donald Trump faces the reality of world trade, Martin Wolf, Financial Times
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