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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Monday September 19, 2016

 
US, EU, Asia, China, Middle East, Al-Quaeda, Globalization, TTIP, NATO, Brexit, Russia
 
US - Sizing Up the Next Commander-in-Chief, Robert M. Gates, The Wall Street Journal           
USAssessing Trade Agendas in the US Presidential Campaign, Marcus Noland, Gary Clyde Hufbauer, Sherman Robinson, and Tyler Moran, Peterson Institute for International Economics
US -
The Broken Policy Promises of W. Bush, Clinton, and Obama, Stephen M. Walt, Foreign Policy
EU - 
Migration in Europe: Bridging the Solidarity Gap, Pierre Vimont, Carnegie
Asia - A Sharper Choice on North Korea, Engaging China for a Stable Northeast Asia, Council on Foreign Relations
China - China's High Seas Ambition, Bernhard Zand, Der Spiegel
Middle East -
A Russian-Iranian Axis, Vali R. Nasr, International New York Times
Al-Quaeda -
The other jihadist state, The Economist
Globalization -
Put Globalization to Work for Democracies, Dani Rodrik, The New York Times
TTIP -
Potential economic effects of TTIP for the Netherlands and the EU, Hugo Rojas-Romagosa, CEPS
NATO -
Sweden and Finland’s awkward NATO tango, Elisabeth Braw, Politico
Brexit -
How China will Play the Brexit Card, François Godement, Carnegie
Russia -
The Real Power of Putin, Benjamin Nathans, The New York Review of Books

 
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