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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Wednesday, November 9th 2016
US, Europe, Turkey, China, India

US – The insurgency takes Washington, Giovanni Grevi, European Policy Centre

US - Meet Trump's Cabinet-in-waiting, Nancy Cook and Andrew Restuccia, Politico

US - While Republicans celebrate across the nation, California lurches left, David Siders, Politico

US - Republican glory days return to Capitol Hill, John Bresnahan and Burgess Everett, Politico

US – Donald Trump’s Victory Promises to Upend the International Order, Peter Baker, New York Times

US - Donald Trump delivers America’s Brexit, Robert Shrimsley, Financial Times

US - Seven Donald Trump policies that could change the US, Financial Times

US -- What We Do Now, Yascha Mounk, Slate

US/Europe - Trump and Europe: The sun sets on the West, Ian Bond, Centre for European Reform

US/Europe -- Trump’s election foreshadows further divisions in Europe, Daniel Gros, Steven Blockmans, Center for European Policy Studies (CEPS)

US/Turkey -- Ankara happy with a Trump win, Asli Aydıntaşbaş, European Council on Foreign Relations

US/China -- Which Way for US-China Relations Under Trump, Minghao Zhao, Project Syndicate

US/China -- China Just Won The U.S. Election, James Palmer, Foreign Policy

Europe/China -- China’s Belt and Road: Destination Europe, Bruno Maçães, Carnegie Europe

Europe/India -- Prospects for EU-India security cooperation, Kanchi Gupta, Eva Pejsova, Gareth Price, Samir Saran, John-Joseph Wilkins, European Union Institute for Security Studies

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