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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Friday, May 12th, 2017


EU, Japan, France, Germany, Global, Migration, Russia, Digital, Trade, Ukraine, US

EU, Japan - Letter From Tokyo, Michiko Yoshida, Carnegie Europe
France, Germany - Will Germany make room for Macron? Susi Dennison, ECFR
Germany -
Is Germany Unbalanced or Unhinged? Barry Eichengreen, Project Syndicate
Germany -
Germany’s Strategic Frivolousness, Leon Mangasarian & Jan Techau, Handelsblatt
Global -
The Return of Marco Polo's World and the U.S. Military Response, Robert D. Kaplan, CNAS
Global -
An Essay Response to Marco Polo's World, Joseph S. Nye Jr., CNAS
Migration -
Europe’s Migration Dilemmas, Michael S. Teitelbaum, Foreign Affairs
Russia -
Sorry, but Putin’s still winning, Christian Caryl, Washington Post
Russia, Digital -
Russian ‘Cyber Troops’: A Weapon of Aggression, Sergey Sukhankin, Jamestown Foundation
Trade -
Unfreezing TTIP: Why a transatlantic trade pact still makes strategic sense, Rem Korteweg, CER
Ukraine -
Getting Beyond Minsk: Toward a Resolution of the Conflict in Ukraine, Michael Kimmage, GMF
US -
How America’s two tech hubs are converging, Economist


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