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Transatlantic Must-Reads
July 14th 2017

Russia, EU, Ukraine, Turkey, Iraq, Hungary, Balkans, Digital, Germany, UK, Economy, Digital, G20

Must Reads

Russia/EU - Revisiting Sanctions on Russia and Counter-Sanctions on the EU: The economic impact three years later, Daniel Gros and Mattia Di Salvo, CEPS
Russia/Ukraine -
Ongoing Violations of International Law and Defiance of OSCE Principles and Commitments by the Russian Federation in Ukraine, U.S. Mission to the OSCE
Russia/Ukraine -
How Russian Rule Has Changed Crimea, Ilan Berman, Foreign Affairs
Russia/Turkey – T
urkey Chooses Russia over NATO on Missile Defense, Selcan Hacaoglu, Bloomberg
Turkey -
After Turkey’s Coup Attempt: A Year of Instability and Estrangement, Ian Lesser, GMF
Iraq -
Iraq After the Fall of ISIS: The Struggle for the State, Renad Mansour, Chatham House
Hungary -
Viktor Orban’s Hungary has crossed to Europe’s dark side, Philip Stephens, Financial Times 
Balkans -
The ‘Berlin Process‘ for the Western Balkans– Is it delivering? Erwan Fouéré and Steven Blockmans, CEPS
Digital -
The Gemini makers, The Economist
Germany
Teutonic tremors, The Economist
UK/EU
Latest documents, Department for Exiting the European Union, UK Government
UK/EU -
Why the ‘Brussels effect’ will undermine Brexit regulatory push, Alan Beattie, Financial Times
Economy
Is a growing middle class good for the poor? Social policy in a time of globalization , Raj M. Desai and Homi Kharas, Brookings Institute
Digital/Economy  -
The global economy will be $16 trillion bigger by 2030 thanks to AI, Ross Chainey
UK -
How Brexit is set to hurt Europe’s financial systems, Anjuli Davies, Huw Jones and Andrew MacAskill, Reuters 
G20
G-20 Week Part 3: G20 Exposes Lack of Will to Solve Migration Crisis, Ramen IR

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