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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Monday, November 14th 2016
US, Europe, Russia, Germany, Eastern Europe, NATO, Bulgaria, Moldova, Migration, Italy, Turkey

Please see below for corrections on today’s Transatlantic Must-Reads. Our apologies for previous errors.

US - Aftermath: Sixteen Writers on Trump’s America, New Yorker
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On foreign policy, Donald Trump is no realist, Robert D. Kaplan, Washington Post
US -
Pence as Trump’s National Security Surrogate? Jane Chong, Lawfare
US - 
The End of US Soft Power?, Shashi Tharoor, Project Syndicate
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The two immediate tests for Trump’s foreign policy, Jackson Diehl, Washington Post
US/Migration -
California and Trump are on a collision course over immigrants here illegally, Makeda Easter and Dakota Smith, Los Angeles Times 
US/Germany - 
Donald Trump's Election Leaves Angela Merkel as the Liberal West's Last Defender, Alison Smale and Steven Erlanger, NY Times
US/Europe - 
Obama's Last Presidential Trip to Europe, Robert Hunter, LobeLog
US/Europe -
Europe should cool it. Trump is now the Leader of the Free World, Andras Simonyi, Huffington Post 
US/Europe -
Trump as Europe's opportunity, Matteo Garavoglia, Brookings 
US/Europe -
What Europe should do with a problem like Trump, Jeremy Shapiro, European Council on Foreign Relations 
Italy - 
Renzi's Big Gamble, Andrea Affaticati, Berlin Policy Journal 
Moscow Hopes Trump Administration Will Give Russia Free Hand to Suppress Syria and Ukraine, Pavel Felgenhauer, Jamestown Foundation
US/Russia -
Watch out Vladimir, there is a new Putin in town, Mark Galeotti, Foreign Policy
Eastern Europe 
Make Eastern Europe Safe Again, Eerik-Niiles Kross and Molly K McKew, Politico Europe
Eastern Europe - 
How to refresh the EU's eastern policy, Andrei Galbur, EU Observer
Bulgaria - 
A very Bulgarian drama: What Rumen Radev’s presidential election victory means for Bulgarian politics, Dimitar Bechev, European Politics and Policy
Trump's task is to rebuild trust with Europe over Nato, Ivo Daalder, Financial Times
Moldova -
Moldova election: Pro-Russia politician in clear win, Corneliu Rusnac, Washington Post 
Turkey -
Handling Turkey's Runaway Politics, Mar Pierini, Carnegie Europe


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