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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Tuesday April 12, 2016

US, China, Ukraine, Eastern Europe, Belgium, Germany, Russia, Baltic, Turkey, Israel, Corruption, Health, Digital

USAmerica and the Global Economy – The Case for U.S. Leadership, Jacob J. Lew, Foreign Affairs
US -
The End of the American Empire, Chas W. Freeman JR, War on the Rocks
US -
What Ted Cruz Gets Right About Islamism, Hassan Mneimneh, Real Clear World
America needs more than symbolic gestures in the South China Sea, John McCain, Financial Times
The Brilliance of China's Grand Strategy: Don't 'Own' Land, Just 'Use' It​, Parag Khanna, The National Interest
An ignoble end: Arseniy Yatsenyuk resigns, The Economist
Ukraine From Revolution of Dignity to Government of Shame​, Mikhail Minakov, Carnegie Europe
Ukraine/Eastern Europe -
How to Fill Ukraine’s Security Vacuum, Andreas Umland, Carnegie Europe
Belgium -
A Brussels Mentor Who Taught ‘Gangster Islam’ to the Young and Angry, Andrew Higgins and Kimiko de Freytas-Tamura, New York Times
Germany -
Europe's New Political Engine, Niklas Helwig, Finnish Institute of International Affairs
Russia -
Changing of the guard: Putin's law enforcement reforms, Nikolay Petrov, ECFR
Assured Resolve – Testing Possible Challenges to Baltic Security, Julianne Smith and Jerry Hendrix, Center for New American Security
Not yet a rapprochement - Moves to restore full Israeli-Turkish ties have lost steam, The Economist​
Why the Panama Papers might not lead to a tax crackdown, Francesco Guerrera, Nicholas Hirst and Florian Eder, Politico Europe
Health -
A Zika Catastrophe Could Rival Hurricane Katrina, Adrienne Lafrance, The Atlantic
Digital -
Competition, Growth and Regulatory Heterogeneity in Europe's Digital Economy, Matthias Bauer and Fredrik Erixon, ECIPE

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