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Transatlantic Must-Reads
July 10th 2017

Africa, EU, Germany, France, Russia, Balkans, Italy, Turkey, Global, Cyprus, UK, US

Must Reads

Africa - The G20 New Compact With Africa: A promising initiative requiring sustained Commitment, Amar Bhattacharya and Brahima Sangafowa Coulibaly Brookings Institute
Containing Illicit Flows at African Borders Pitfalls for Europe, Judith Vorrath
Why Germany’s current-account surplus is bad for the world economy, The Economist
“We Need to Fix Our Economy, That’s for Sure”, RADEK SIKORSKI Berlin Poilicy Journal 
Germany -
The Hartz Myth: A Closer Look At Germany's Labour Market Reforms, Christian Odendahl, Centre For European Economic Reform 
Greater Ambition, Please! Jan Techau Berlin Poilicy Journal 
Beyond Fatalism: Transatlantic Energy and Climate Cooperation After the Paris Announcement, David Livingston and Erik Brattberg Carnegie Endowment for International Peace 
Can Trump and Putin Restart Relations in Hamburg? Robert Hunter LobeLog Foreign Policy
Strengthening Strategic Stability with Russia, Christopher S. Chivvis, Andrew Radin, Dara Massicot, Clinton Bruce Reach, RAND
How to Fix the Western Balkans, Jeffrey Mankoff, Foreign Affairs, 
The Italian Banking Saga: Symptom of a deeper underlying problem?, Daniel Gros 
Italy -
The Italian Banking Saga: Symptom of a deeper underlying problem?, Daniel Gros, CEPS
Turkey -
Turkey’s Kurdish Conflict and Retreat From Democracy, Senem Aydin-Düzgit and E. Fuat Keyman, Carnegie Endowment
Global –
The Uninhabitable Earth, David Wallace-Wells, New York Magazine 
Comment on “The Uninhabitable Earth,” Michael E. Mann, Facebook
Cyprus -
Cyprus may have missed its last chance for reunification, The Economist 
Arrested Development: Why Brexit Britain cannot keep the European Arrest Warrant, Camino Mortera-Martinez, Centre For European Reform
The Transatlantic Dispute over Visas: The need for EU action in the face of US non-reciprocity, moving targets and the harvesting of EU citizens’ data, Marco Stefan, CEPS 
Despite Deep Policy Divides, Europe Trip Seen by Buoyant Trump as High Point, Glenn Thrush, NYTimes
On Hyperaware, U.S. Naval Institute
US -
US Military Spending: The Cost of Wars, Anthony Corpsman, CSIS
Realism's Illiberal Roots And Its Revival in American Politics, Daniel Steinmetz-Jenkins, Foreign Affairs


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