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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Thursday, April 6th, 2017


US, China, Europe, EU, France, Germany, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Migration, Russia, Trade, Middle East

US - Is the American Dream Alive or Dead? It Depends on Where You Look, Economic Innovation Group
China -
Chinese finance is storing up trouble for the rest of the world, Martin Wolf, Financial Times
China -
Xi’s Global Leadership Ambitions in the Trump Era, Wang Tao, Carnegie
Europe -
The European Art of the Deal, Harold James, Project Syndicate
EU, China -
EU-China co-operation in global governance: going beyond the conceptual gap, Balazs Ujvari, Egmont Institute
France -
As goes France, so goes the EU, Paul Taylor, Politico Europe
France -
France’s Trumpian Defense Policy, Daniel Keohane, Carnegie Europe
Germany -
More Bang or More Buck? Bettina Vestring, Berlin Policy Journal
Bosnia and Herzegovina
The EU is letting Bosnia’s reform agenda slip away, Bodo Weber, Balkan Insight
Migration -
Global migration: getting the trends right, Roderick Parkes & Annelies Pauwels, EUISS
Russia -
Terrorism in Russia, Ilan Berman, Foreign Affairs
Trade -
Why trade facilitation matters now more than ever, Antoni Estevadeordal, Brookings
US, China -
The potential for progress at the US-China meeting, Richard N. Haass, Boston Globe
US, Middle East -
Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, and Yemen: Is Decisive Force an Option? Anthony H. Cordesman, CSIS

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