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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Tuesday, December 6th, 2016

US, Europe, Germany, Italy, Turkey, Syria, China, Climate Policy, Global Politics


US Why Trump’s Foreign Policy Might Prove Less Radical Than You Think, Philip Gordon, Politico

US - The impresario-elect, The Economist 

US - An Asia-Pacific Strategy for Trump, J. Berkshire Miller, Foreign Affairs 

US - The Kremlin and the US Election, Joseph S. Nye, Project Syndicate 

US - Donald Trump’s Middle East Promises: Can He Keep Them? Richard Sokolsky and Aaron Miller, Carnegie 

Europe - The Populist-Putin-Trump insurgency against liberal Europe, Fredrik Wesslau, ECFR

Germany - Angela Merkel’s Test of Faith, James Traub, Foreign Policy  

Italy - Italy’s threat to Europe’s future, Gideon Rachman, Financial Times 

Italy After the Italian referendum: a treacherous period for banks and growth, Robert Kahn, CFR 

Italy The Resignation of Renzi, the Fall of Rome, Gianni Riotta, Foreign Policy

Turkey Turkey’s Role in the Western Balkans, Alida Vračić, SWP
Russia -
Gazprom extols virtues of Russian gas to skeptical EU audience, Kester Eddy, bne intellinews

Europe/Syria - Europe must end its silence on Syria, Franziska Brantner & Norbert Röttgen, ECFR

China - China Really Isn’t Joking About Taiwan, James Palmer, Foreign Policy 

Climate Policy - Climate policy in China, the European Union and the United States: Main drivers and prospects for the future, Augustine Lagarde and Georg Zachmann, Bruegel

Global Politics Goodbye to the West. Joschka Fischer, Project Syndicate


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