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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Monday, October 31st 2016
Balkans, Canada, China, Defense, Energy, EU, Europe, Eurozone, IS, Israel, Middle East, Palestine, Russia, Syria, Trade, Ukraine, US

China/EU/US -- China’s Global Rise. Can the EU and U.S. Pursue a Coordinated Strategy? Philippe le Corre and Jonathan Pollack, Brookings

Energy -- Rescuing the Low-Carbon Energy Transition From Magical Thinking, David M. Hart, ITIF

EU/Canada/Trade - CETA’s signature: 38 statements, a joint interpretative instrument and an uncertain future, Guillaume Van der Loo, CEPS

EU/Canada/TradeMaking the Most of CETA, Patrick LeBlond, Centre for International Governance Innovation

Trade -- Trade and Good Jobs for the 99 Percent: Debating Trade, the Elites, and Jobs, Ed Gerwin, Progressive Policy Institute

EU/Israel/Palestine –  EU differentiation and the push for peace in Israel-Palestine, Hugh Lovatt, ECFR 

Eurozone  -  The Failure of the Euro,  John Lanchester, The New Yorker

Europe/Defense - Debunking Myths about Strengthened EU Security and Defense Cooperation, Boris Toucas, CSIS

US/Russia - The REAL Security Threat: Trump’s Russia Connection, Michael Haltzel, The Huffington Post

US/Ukraine - What Will Ukraine Do Without Uncle Joe? Dan De Luce, Reid Standish, Foreign Policy

IS/Balkans - How Islamic State Is Putting the Balkans on Edge, Tej Parikh, The National Interest

IS/Middle East -- The end of the Islamic State will make the Middle East worse, Emile Hokayem, Washington Post

Russia/Syria - How Syria Catapulted Russia from Mideast Pawn to Power Broker, John Herbst, Real Clear World

Lebanon - The Scramble for Lebanon's Presidency, Paul Salem, Foreign Affairs


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