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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Thursday, October 20th 2016
Digital, EU, Europe, Global, Russia, Syria, Trade, UK, US


Global - How to Succeed in the Networked World, Anne-Marie Slaughter, Foreign Affairs
US -
Trump and American Populism, Michael Kazin, Foreign Affairs

US - Are Americans better off than they were a decade or two ago? Ben S. Bernanke and Peter Olson, Brookings

US/Russia - Russia Is Moving Ahead With Missile Program That Violates Treaty, U.S. Officials Say, Michael R. Gordon, New York Times

Russia - Inside the bear, The Economist

Russia/Europe - Putin’s friends in Europe, Fredrik Wesslau, ECFR

Europe - Europe’s Populist Surge. A Long Time in the Making, Cas Mudde, Foreign Affairs

Europe/US/Digital - Apple’s Tax Dispute With Europe and the Need for Reform, Gary Clyde Hufbauer and Zhiyao (Lucy) Lu, PIIE

Trade - Does Wallonia’s veto of CETA spell the beginning of the end of EU trade policy? Guillaume Van der Loo and Jacques Pelkmans, CEPS

Syria - Syria’s Darkest Hour, Javier Solana, Project Syndicate

UK/EU - Why we lost the Brexit vote. Behind the scenes of the flawed campaign to keep the UK in the EU,

Daniel Korski, Politico Europe

 

 

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