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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Wednesday, January 25th, 2017

Corruption, Democracy, EU, Migration, Finland, Germany, US, Britain, China, Russia, Ukraine


Corruption - Corruption Perceptions Index 2016, Transparency International
Democracy -
Democracy Index 2016: Revenge of the “deplorables”, EIU
EU/Migration -
The integration of immigrants and legal paths to mobility to the EU: Some surprising (and encouraging) facts, CEPS
Finland -
Finland experiments with giving away free money, Petri Burtsov, POLITICO
Germany -
5 ways Martin Schulz plans to dethrone Angela Merkel, Florian Eder, POLITICO
US -
Smart Approaches, Not Strong-Arm Tactics, to Jobs, Thomas L. Friedman, New York Times
US -
The twilight of the liberal world order, Robert Kagan, Brookings
US -
5 Bad Reasons for Pulling Back From the World, Eliot Cohen, POLITICO
US/Britain -
Making the ‘Special Relationship’ Great Again? Tim Oliver and Michael Williams, LSE Ideas
US/China -
China’s Big Sticks, Stephen S. Roach, Project Syndicate
US/China -
China Won’t Run From a Fight With Trump, Michael Auslin, Foreign Policy
US/China -
Donald Trump and Xi Jinping’s battle over globalization, Martin Wolf, Financial Times
US/Russia -
The Trumputin trap, Paul Taylor, POLITICO
US/Ukraine -
The US Election and the Ukraine Connection, Timothy J. Colton and Samuel Charap, Project Syndicate

 

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