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Transatlantic Must-Reads
July 11th 2017

Middle East, US, Russia, Balkans, Economy, China, North Korea, EU, Economy, Japan, Trade

Must Reads

Middle East - Three Scenarios for the Qatar Crisis. Regime Change, Resolution or Cold War in the Gulf, Matthias Sailer and Stephan Roll, SWP
US -
How Donald Trump Redefined ‘the West’, Ivan Krastev, New York Times
Trump’s Anti-Cairo Speech, Victor Davis Hanson, National Review
Trump and Putin’s Meeting of the Minds, Gregory Feifer, Foreign Affairs
Balkans -
The Western Balkans in the European Union: Perspectives of a Region in Europe, Matteo Bonomi, IAI
Economy -
Measuring and analyzing the impact of GVCs on economic development
David Dollar, Satoshi Inomata, Christophe Degain, MENG Bo, Zhi Wang, Nadim Ahmad, Annalisa Primi, Hubert Escaith, Jakob Engel, Daria Taglioni, Cecilia Heuser, Aaditya Mattoo, Matthew Kidder, Michele Ruta, and Jose Guilherme Reis, Brookings Institute
China/North Korea
China’s North Korean Liability, Zhu Feng, Foreign Affairs
China/North Korea -
China says 'China responsibility theory' on North Korea has to stop, Ben Blanchard, Reuters
EU -
Banking union success can be replicated on the fiscal front, Enrico Perotti, Financial Times 
Economy -
Walking Dead? Zombie Firms and Productivity Performance in OECD Countries, Müge Adalet McGowan, Dan Andrews and Valentine Millot, OECD
Economy -
How to kill a corporate zombie, The Economist
EU/Japan/Trade -
A new trade deal between the EU and Japan, Satoshi Kambayshi, The Economist

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