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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Tuesday, January 24th, 2017

China, Eastern Europe, France, Germany, Middle East, Russia, Syria, Turkey, Trade, Ukraine, US

China - Beijing Is No Champion of Globalization. The Myth of Chinese Leadership, Elizabeth C. Economy, Foreign Affairs
Eastern Europe - How Eastern Europe Blew Up the West, Maciej Kisilowski, Project Syndicate
France - Will France Sound the Death Knell for Social Democracy? James Angelos, New York Times
Germany - Danke Kamera! How Germany Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Video Surveillance, Tyson Barker, AICGS
Germany - Merkel to Face Schulz in Election After Gabriel Steps Down, Arne Delfs, Patrick Donahue, and Birgit Jennen, Bloomberg

Middle East - Trump Team Aims to Test Russia's Alliance With Iran, Eli Lake, Bloomberg View
Russia - Did Western Sanctions Actually Help the Russian Military? Paul McCleary, Foreign Policy
Russia -
Putin’s Russia: A Moderate Fascist State, Vladislav Inozemtsev, American Interest
Russia -
Going to the People - And Back Again.
The Changing Shape of the Russian Regime, Alexander Baunov, Carnegie Moscow
Russia/Ukraine -
Russia and the West After the Ukrainian Crisis, F. Stephen Larrabee, Stephanie Pezard, Andrew Radin, Nathan Chandler, Keith Crane, Thomas S. Szayna, RAND
Russia/Syria/Turkey - Russia Signs Deal for Syria Bases; Turkey Appears to Accept Assad, Rod Nordland, New York Times

Turkey - Constitutional changes in Turkey: A presidential system or the president’s system?

Amanda Paul and Demir Murat Seyrek, EPC
Ukraine - Ukraine's Problem is Ukraine, James D. Durso, RealClearDefense

US - Will Donald Trump Be the Next Ronald Reagan? Grover Norquist, OZY

US/Europe - Assault on Europe, Spiegel Online

US/EU - Trump Takes Aim at the European Union, Kathleen R. McNamara, Foreign Affairs

US/Trade - Ditching TPP Won't Solve the Trade Deficit, Jared Berstein, New York Times


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