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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Monday, March 6th, 2017


Economy, Trade, Technology, Democracy, Migration, Defense, US, Terrorism, Germany, France, Europe, Nuclear, Asia


Economy - No More "Business as Usual." The Transatlantic Economy 2017, Chapter 1, Daniel S. Hamilton & Joseph P. Quinlan, Center for Transatlantic Relations
Economy -
Global output data undermine Trump rhetoric on American jobs, Steve Johnson, Financial Times
Trade -
Why the White House Worries About Trade Deficits, Peter Navarro, Wall Street Journal
Trade -
Trade Truths for Trumpians and Brexiteers, Jim O'Neill, Project Syndicate
Technology -
10 Breakthrough Technologies 2017, MIT Technology Review
Democracy -
Will Democracy Survive Big Data and Artificial Intelligence? Dirk Helbing, et. al, Scientific American
Democracy -
How Anti-Democratic Propaganda Is Taking Over the World, Christopher Walker, Politico Magazine
Migration -
Exit strategies, The Economist
Migration -
Here’s the Reality About Illegal Immigrants in the United States, Vivian Yee, Kenan Davis & Jugal K. Patel, New York Times
Defense -
Defense and security after Brexit, James Black, Alex Hall, Kate Cox, Marta Kepe & Erik Silfversten, RAND
Defense, US -
Trump's Fake Defense Buildup, Thomas Donnelly & Gary Schmitt, Weekly Standard
US, Terrorism -
How our Strategy against Terrorism gave us Trump, Jon Finer & Robert Malley, New York Times
Germany -
The isolation of Angela Merkel’s Germany, Gideon Rachman, Financial Times
Germany -
In the World of Donald Trump, Germans Debate a Military Buildup, Anthony Faiola, Washington Post
Germany, France -
Tandem Malfunction, Claire Demesmay & Daniela Schwarzer, Berlin Policy Journal
Europe, Nuclear -
Fearing U.S. Withdrawal, Europe Considers its Own Nuclear Deterrent, Max Fisher, New York Times
Asia -
Asia's Precarious Rise, Michael Auslin, AEI


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