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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Monday April 25, 2016

US, Europe, Germany, UK, Greece, Austria, EU, Serbia, Ukraine, Migration, Digital, Globalization

US/Europe - Remarks by President Obama in Address to the People of Europe, White House
US/Germany
Obama's Message to a Sober Germany, Daniela Schwarzer, GMF
US/Germany
Obama in Germany: Step Up to the Mark on Refugees, Robert E. Hunter, LobeLog
US
Obama’s latest pivot — to Europe, Michael Crowley, Politico Europe
US -
Who Might Hillary Clinton's Running Mate Be if She's the Nominee? Alan Rappeport and Patrick Healy, NY Times
US
Three possible outcomes for the Republican presidential nomination, William A. Galston, Brookings
US -
The coming US Hispanic backlash, Edward Luce, Financial Times
US
The U.S. can’t afford to end its global leadership role, Ivo Daalder and Robert Kagan, Washington Post
US
We can celebrate Harriet Tubman without disparaging Andrew Jackson, Jim Webb, Washington Post
US/UK
9 takeaways from Barack Obama’s Brexit intervention, Tom McTague, Politico Europe
US/UK
Seeing Other People - How the United States and the United Kingdom Drifted Apart, Peter Martin, Foreign Affairs
UK -
The ins and the outs, The Economist
UK/Greece
A Greek view of Brexit, Nikos Konstandaras, NY Times
Austria -
Reflections on the political revolution in Austria, Eric Frey, Politico Europe
EU
Europe’s Dangerous Nostalgia, Javier Solana, Project Syndicate
Serbia -
5 takeaways from the Serbian election, Andrew Macdowall, Politico Europe
Ukraine
Ukraine’s Hybrid State, Balazs Jarabik and Mihkail Minakov, Carnegie
Migration
The Economic Impact of Forced Migration, Uri Dadush & Mona Niebuhr, OCP Policy Center
Digital -
U.S. Cyberattacks Target ISIS in a New Line of Combat, David E. Sanger, New York Times
Globalization
The revenge of globalisation’s losers, Wolfgang Münchau, Financial Times

 
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