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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Friday, November 11th 2016
US, China, Europe, Germany, Great Britain, Defense, Trade
 

US - The Lessons of Henry Kissinger, Jeffrey Goldberg, The Atlantic

US - Trump, the Autocrat’s Preferred Choice, Karim Sadjadpour, The Atlantic
US -
Lawsuits cloud Trump’s transition to presidency, Kara Scannell, FT

US - Seven takeaways from the victory of Donald Trump, Lionel Barber, FT

US - What a President Trump means for foreign policy, Elizabeth Saunders, Washington Post

US - Why 2016 election polls missed their mark, Andrew Mercer, Claudia Deane and Kyley McGeeney, Pew Research Center
US -
Donald Trump Is the End of Global Politics as We Know It, Yascha Mounk, Foreign Policy

US - Behind Trump’s victory: Divisions by race, gender, education, Alec Tyson and Shiva Maniam, Pew Research Center

US - Freedom Caucus poised to back Ryan as speaker, Rachael Bade and Heather Caygle, Politico
US/China -
How the United States and China Can Avoid Greater Tensions, Scott Kennedy, CSIS

US/Europe - For Europe, Trump’s Election Is a Terrifying Disaster, Clemens Wergin, New York Times 

US/Great Britain - Donald Trump, Brexit and the transatlantic echo, The Economist

US/Germany - Berlin’s New Pragmatism: Will It Be Enough After Trump’s Election? Stefan Fröhlich, GMF
Defense -
Trump gives EU defense plans new sense of urgency,   David M. Herszenhorn, Maïa de La Baume and Jacopo Barigazzi, Politico
Trade -
Trump and U.S. Trade Policy: What’s Known is Scary, What’s Not May be Worse, Edward Alden, CFR

Trade - Is This the End of Free Trade? Kevin Nealer, CSIS

 

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