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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Wednesday, April 5th, 2017


US, Syria, China, Privacy, Europe, EU, Energy, Ukraine, Moldova, Balkans, Serbia, Hungary, Migration, Yemen

US - The Silence of Rex Tillerson, Eliot A. Cohen, The Atlantic
US -
Trump: Review Before You Leap, Robert E. Hunter, LobeLog
US -
For Trump, a Focus on U.S. Interests and a Disdain for Moralizing, Peter Baker, New York Times
US, Syria -
President Trump’s Real-World Syria Lesson, Thomas L. Friedman, New York Times
US, China -
Redefining the U.S.-China Relationship, Zhexin Zhang, Carnegie
US, Privacy -
Most Americans unwilling to give up privacy to thwart attacks: Reuters/Ipsos poll, Dustin Volz, Reuters
US, Europe -
The United States and Europe: Toward a Global Atlantic, John Kornblum, Foreign Service Journal
Europe -
Europe’s Other Populist Problem, Anders Åslund, Project Syndicate
EU -
Is the EU's single market leading to convergence or divergence? Simon Tilford, Centre for European Reform
Energy, Ukraine, Moldova -
Moldova-Ukraine Energy Deal Upsets Russia by Cutting Transnistria Out, Mihai Popșoi, Eurasia Daily Monitor
Energy -
Why some coal companies want Trump to stay in Paris climate deal, Andrew Restuccia, Politico
Balkans -
The Balkan treadmill, David B. Kanin, Transconflict
Serbia, EU -
EU the biggest loser in Serbia’s elections, Srđan Cvijić, Politico
Hungary -
Hungary’s retreat from tolerance challenges Europe, Tony Barber, Financial Times
Migration -
The EU migration crisis: Getting the numbers right, Roderick Parkes & Annelies Pauwels, EUISS
Yemen -
Yemen is fast becoming a global, not regional, problem, Adam Baron, ECFR

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