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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Monday, November 14th 2016
US, Europe, Russia, Eastern Europe, Bulgaria, Italy, TTIP
 

US - Aftermath: Sixteen Writers on Trump’s America, New Yorker
US The End of the Pantsuit Nation and the Force of Subliminal Messages, Federiga Bindi, Huffington Post
US -
Obama's Last Presidential Trip to Europe, Robert E. Hunter, LobeLog
US
US against the world? Trump’s America and the new global order, Francis Fukuyama, FT
US -
The End of US Soft Power?, Shashi Tharoor, Project Syndicate
US
Tale of two Trumps plays out in first appointments, Courtney Weaver, FT
US
The two immediate tests for Trump’s foreign policy, Jackson Diehl, Washington Post
US/Europe
Never waste a crisis: Trump is Europe’s opportunity, Matteo Garavoglia, Brookings Institution 
US/EuropeEurope should cool it. Trump is now the leader of the free world, András Simonyi, Huffington Post

Russia Moscow Hopes Trump Administration Will Give Russia Free Hand to Suppress Syria and Ukraine, Pavel Felgenhauer, Jamestown Foundation
Russia - 
Putin and the Kremlin are experts at reading the popular mood. And they were watching America, Fiona Hill, Brookings Institution 
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
Italy -
Renzi's Big Gamble, Andrea Affaticati, Berlin Policy Journal
TTIP
Europe to Trump: Don’t give up on free trade, Simon Marks and Hans Von Der Burchard, Politico Europe 

 

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