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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Thursday May 12th, 2016

US, Europe, Trade, TTIP, Russia, EU, China, Estonia, Middle East, Corruption, Terrorism, Energy, Enviroment, Health
USAmerica’s Shrinking Middle Class: A Close Look at Changes With Metropolitan Areas, Rakesh Kochhar, Richard Fry and Molly Rohal, Pew Research
Yes, we can work longer, Robert J. Samuelson, Washington Post
US/Europe - The United States and Europe: Short-Run Divergence and Long-Run Challenges, Jason Furman, Bruegel
Fairness and Free Trade, Dani Rodrik, Project Syndicate
Literature survey on the economic impact of TTIP, Hugo Rojas-Romagosa, CPB Economic Policy Analysis
Putin’s hydra: Inside Russia’s intelligence services, Mark Galeotti, ECFR
Russia's Damaging Obsession with Cold War Myths, Andrew Wood, Chatham House
Russia's Damaging Obsession with Cold War Myths

EU - An EU army? Four reasons it will not happen, Sophia Besch, Centre for European Reform
What China’s checkbook diplomacy means for Europe, Philippe Le Corre, Politico Europe
Asia risks repeating Europe’s errors, Philip Stephens, Financial Times
China/Europe/US -
Europe Sides With The U.S.: Sorry, China, You’re Still Not a Market Economy, David Francis, Foreign Policy
Estonia -
Lennart Meri and the ‘New Normal’, Donald N. Jensen, Huffington Post
Middle East -
The Promise of Middle Eastern Swing States, Kristina Kausch, Carnegie
Corruption and terrorism: the causal link, Sarah Chayes, the United Kingdom’s Prime Minister’s Office
Nord Stream 2: A killer project, Petras Austrevicius, EU Observer
Environment/Health -
Europe Trails U.S. in Cutting Air Pollution, W.H.O. Says, Erica Goode, New York Times

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