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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Monday, January 9th, 2017

Global, Energy, Politics, US, Europe, Trade, Iran, Russia, France, Digital, Economy

Global - Top Risks 2017: The Geopolitical Recession, Ian Bremmer and Cliff Kupchan, Eurasia Group

Global - The long and painful journey to world disorder, Martin Wolf, Financial Times

Energy - Annual Energy Outlook 2017, Energy Information Administration

Politics - The Five Lessons of Populist Rule, Slawomir Sierakowski, Project Syndicate

Politics - At last, liberals are waking from a long dream, Yuval Harari, Financial Times

US - The Death Penalty in 2016: Year End Report, Death Penalty Information Center

US - Cabinet Exit Memos, The White House

US - How Republicans Plan to Roll Back Obama-Era Regulations, Michelle Cottle, The Atlantic

US/Europe - President Trump: Europe’s Last Chance? John Kornblum, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

Europe - Tear up the rule book to secure Europe’s future, Stephanie Flanders, Financial Times

US/Trade - If Trump really knows the art of the deal, he’ll embrace free trade, Robert Zoellick, Washington Post

US/Iran - How Trump Should Dismantle the Iran Nuclear Deal, Daniel P. Vajdich, National Interest

US/Russia - The intelligence community report on Russian activities in the 2016 election, Office of the Director for National Intelligence

US/Russia - How We Fool Ourselves on Russia, William J. Burns, New York Times

US/Russia - Rapprochement on Russia's Terms, Jeffrey Mankoff, Foreign Affairs

Russia - Putin's Real Long Game, Molly K. McKew, Politico

Russia/France - Would a Fillon Presidency Overturn France's Russia Policy? David Cadier, National Interest

Digital/Economy - Margrethe Vestager's top ten cases in 2017, Nicholas Hirst, Politico

Digital/Economy - What U.S. Tech Giants Face in Europe in 2017, Mark Scott, New York Times

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