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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Thursday September 15, 2016

US, Russia, Brexit, Belarus, Europe, IS, Migration, Taxes, Trade, TTIP, Turkey, 
US - American Power and Liberal Order, Paul D Miller, The National Interest 
Don’t look now: Donald Trump has all the momentum in the 2016 race, Chris Cillizza, Washington Post 
US -
Probing the Productivity Paradox, Kemal Derviş and Zia Qureshi, Brookings 
US -
Problems Unsolved and a Nation Divided, Michael E. Porter, Jan W. Rivkin, Mihir A. Desai, and Manjari Raman, Harvard Business School 
Importing Political Polarization? The Electoral Consequences of Rising Trade Exposure, David Autor, David Dorn, Gordon Hanson, and Kaveh Majlesi, University of Chicago  
Russian Nuclear Weapons Policy Increasingly Resembles That of North Korea, Aleksander Golts, Jamestown Foundation 
Russia - Why the West Ignores Russia's Wars, Andrew Kornbluth, Atlantic Council 
Digital/Europe -
Transatlantic Digital Economy and Data Protection, European Parliament 
Europe -
Europe doesn't threaten national identity, Tibor Navracsics, EU Observer 
Europe -
Playing Defense in Europe, Mark Leonard, Project Syndicate
Brexit -
How the EU's Leaders Should Think About Brexit, Bloomberg
Belarus -
The empty ritual: parliamentary elections in Belarus, Kamil Kłysiński, OSW
IS -
Attack on the West: What is the strategy of ISIL?, Ulf Brüggemann, Federal Academy for Security Policy 
Migration -
Migration in Europe: Bridging the Solidarity Gap, Pierre Vimont, Carnegie Europe 
Taxes -
The VAT Gap in 2016, Center for Social and Economic Research
TTIP Lite, less filling - but tastes great?, Christian Oliver, Hans Von Der Burchard, and Alberto Mucci, Politico Europe 
Potential Economic Effects of TTIP for the Netherlands and the EU,  Hugo Rojas-Romagosa, CEPS 
Turkey -
How Turks Mobilized Against the Coup , H. Akin Unver and Hassan Alassaad, Foreign Affairs

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