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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Wednesday May 4th, 2016

Migration, US, Investment, Russia, Spain, UK, Belgium, Poland, Macedonia
 
MigrationMeasuring well-governed migration – The 2016 Migration Governance Index, International Organization for Migration
Migration
Social Media and the Gig Economy May Hold Solutions to the European Migrant Crisis, Nick Ashton-Hart, Council on Foreign Relations 
US -
What You Won’t Hear About Trade and Manufacturing on the Campaign Trail, Willy C. Shih, Harvard Business Review
US
How Bernie changed Hillary, Annie Karni, Politico
US
How the U.S. can better help militaries around the world​, Stephen Watts, Brookings
Investment -
Investment flows through offshore financial hubs declined but remain at high level, UNCTAD
Russia
Welcome to the Third Nuclear Age – Old strategies won’t help NATO deter Russia, Karl-Heinz Kamp, The National Interest
Russia
The Long Arm of Russian “Soft” Power, Orysia Lutsevych, Atlantic Council
Russia/Spain –
Spain versus Russia’s kleptocracy, Mark Galeotti, ECFR
UK
Britain’s sovereignty chestnut, Nick Witney, ECFR
UK
Brexit: sovereignty is not the same as power, Martin Wolf, Financial Times
Belgium
Post-terror Belgium sticks to old divisions, Henri Goldman, Politico Europe
Poland
Poland's Deterrence and Defense Posture: Preparing for 21st Century Threats, Lukasz Kulesa, CEPA
Macedonia
Macedonia: Sliding Towards Autocracy? Sasha Toperich, Huffington Post

 
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