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Transatlantic Must-Reads
September 13th, 2017

China, Displacement, Economy, EU, Migration, Ukraine, UK, US

Featured SAIS Commentary 
What are America’s Alliances Good For? Hal Brands and Peter Feaver, Parameters
How Trump Is Ending the American Era, Eliot A. Cohen, The Atlantic

US - 
Income and Poverty in the United States: 2016, Jessica L. Semega, Kayla R. Fontenot, and Melissa A. Kollar, U.S. Census Bureau 
US - 
Ideas to Re-Center America, Bill Galston and William Kristol, New Center
US/Resilience -
America’s utilities prepare for a nuclear threat to the grid, The Economist 
EU - 
State of the Union 2017, Jean-Claude Juncker, European Commission 
EU - 
Juncker Report Card, Ryan Heath, Politico 
Foreign policy, defence and development. A Future Partnership Proposal, Her Majesty’s Government
Global -
Coalition Building in a Post-Western World: Three Challenges, Sophie Eisentraut, GMF
Ukraine -
Report on the human rights situation in Ukraine 16 May to 15 August 2017, Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights
Ukraine -
Test Putin’s Proposal for UN Peacekeepers, Steven Pifer, National Interest
Displacement -
What makes displacement different today? Bruce Katz, Bruce Jones, and Jessica Brandt, Brookings
Pathways towards Legal Migration into the EU: Reappraising concepts, trajectories and policies, Sergio Carrera, Andrew Geddes Elspeth Guild and Marco Stefan, eds., CEPS
EU/China/Economy -
EU–China Economic Relations to 2025. Building a Common Future, Alicia Garcia-Herrero, K.C. Kwok, Tim Summers, Liu Xiangdong and Zhang Yansheng, Bruegel, Chatham House, China Center for International Economic Exchanges, Institute of Global Economics and Finance at The Chinese University of Hong Kong
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