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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Friday September 9, 2016

 
Brexit, EU, EU/UK, France/Germany, Germany/EU, Global, North Korea, Russia, UK/China, UK/Brexit, US/Iraq, Uzbekistan
 
Brexit - Brexit: An Impossibly Complex Task for the UK's New Trade Negotiators? Chad P. Bown, Peterson Institute for International Economics
EU - Gloomy Autumn in Store for Europe, Simeon Djankov, Peterson Institute for International Economics
EU - How to Build a More Flexible EU After Brexit, Heather Grabbe, Stefan Lehne, Carnegie
EU - The Global Strategy for the EU's Foreign and Security Policy, Annegret Bendiek, German Institute for International and Security Affairs France/Germany - Ban the Burkini? Peter Singer, Project Syndicate
Germany/EU - Due Diligence in Cyberspace, Annegret Bendiek, German Institute for International and Security Affairs
Global - World Order in Peril, Robin Niblett, Berlin Policy Journal
North Korea -
Why Kim Tested A Nuclear Warhead Now, Gordon G. Chang, Daily Beast
Russia - The Hamlet Question: Autocracy or Federation? Part 2,
Vladimir Pastukhov, Institute of Modern Russia 
UK/China - China-U.K. Relations: Come What May, Andrew Small, German Marshall Fund
UK/Brexit -
The City Boys are Here to Stay, Centre For Policy Studies
US/Iraq - 400 additional US troops deploy to Iraq, Andrew Tilghman, Military Times
Uzbekistan - The Death of Karimov: the Game for Uzbekistan, Józef Lang, OSW
 
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