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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Friday, March 10th, 2017

 

Economy, Europe, Germany, US, Russia, Central Europe, EU, Crime, Energy, China, Defense, Middle East, Africa, Yemen

 

Economy - The 50 U.S. States: European-Related Jobs, Trade and Investment. The Transatlantic Economy 2017, Chapter 5, Daniel S. Hamilton & Joseph P. Quinlan, Center for Transatlantic Relations
Economy -
US businesses warn the UK over loss of access to EU single market, Daniel Boffey, Guardian
Europe, Economy -
Charting the Future Now. European Economic Growth and Its Importance to American Prosperity, EuroGrowth Task Force, Atlantic Council
Germany, US -
A German approach to trade and skills has much to teach Trump, Gillian Tett, Financial Times
Germany -
There Is No Alternative. Why Germany’s Right-Wing Populists Are Losing Steam, Michael Bröning, Foreign Affairs
Russia -
Kremlin’s Hopes for a ‘Post-West’ World Order Recede, Pavel Felgenhauer, Jamestown Foundation
Central Europe, EU -
Behind Central Europe’s growing contempt for the EU, John Lloyd, Reuters
Crime -
European Union Serious and Organised Crime Threat Assessment 2017, Europol
Energy -
Nord Stream 2 – A Political and Economic Contextualisation, Kai-Olaf Lang and Kirsten Westphal, SWP
China -
Expanded Ambitions, Shrinking Achievements: How China Sees the Global Order, François Godement, ECFR
US, Defense, Middle East -
The Posture of U.S. Central Command, General Joseph L. Votel, Commander, U.S. Central Command, Statement to the Senate Armed Services Committee
US, Defense, Africa -
The Posture of U.S. Africa Command, General Thomas D. Waldhauser, Commander, U.S. Africa Command, Statement to the Senate Armed Services Committee
Yemen -
Resolving the Conflict in Yemen: U.S. Interests, Risks and Policy, Gerald M. Feierstein, Testimony to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee
Yemen -
Resolving the Conflict in Yemen, Dafna Rand, Testimony to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee

 

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