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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
Teutonic tremors, The Economist
Latest documents, Department for Exiting the European Union, UK Government
Why the ‘Brussels effect’ will undermine Brexit regulatory push, Alan Beattie, Financial Times
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 
G-20 Week Part 3: G20 Exposes Lack of Will to Solve Migration Crisis, Ramen IR

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