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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Friday, January 27th, 2017

Europe, Montenegro, Hungary, Russia, Trade, UK, US, EU, Digital, Privacy, China, Economy


Europe - Center-Left Behind, Michael Bröning, Foreign Affairs
Montenegro -
Montenegro Tests U.S. Foreign Policy Independence, Michael Haltzel, Huffington Post
Hungary/Europe -
Hungary and Europe's Crisis, Viktor Orban, National Review
Russia/Central Europe -
Russia, the West and Eastern Europe: Lenin's long shadow, Ian Bond, Centre for European Reform 
Trade -
NAFTA's Economic Upsides, Carla A. Hills, Foreign Affairs
UK -
UK shrugs off Brexit fears to be fastest growing G7 economy in 2016, Gemma Tetlow, Financial Times
UK  -
Theresa May is on a sticky wicket over EU nationals living in the UK, Katy Balls, The Spectator
UK/US -
Theresa May wins '100% backing' for Nato from Donald Trump, The Guardian
UK/US -
Theresa May: Speech to ‘Congress of Tomorrow’ conference, Philadelphia, Financial Times
UK/EU -  
"Ukraine Plus" as a model for Brexit, Urs Pötzsch and Bert Van Roosebeke, Centre for European Policy
US -
Donald Trump's Assault on the Enlightenment, Suzanne Nossel, Foreign Policy 
US/Europe -
America would Mourn Europe's Breakup, Desmond Lachman, AEI 
US/EU/Digital/Privacy -
Trump Executive Order Jeopardizes U.S.-EU Data Pact, Ben DiPietro, Wall Street Journal
US/China/Economy
Chinese Direct Investment in the United States: Recent Trends and Policy Implications, Thilo Hanemann, Testimony before the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission
US/China/Economy
Chinese Investment in the United States: Impacts and Issues for Policy Makers, Jeffrey Z. Johnson, Testimony before the U.S. – China Economic and Security Review Commission
US/China/Economy
Chinese Investment in the United States: Impacts and Issues for Policymakers, Robert D. Atkinson, Testimony before the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission

 

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