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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Tuesday June 28th, 2016

US, India, Global, UK, France, Germany, Russia, Turkey, China, Ukraine, Northern Europe
 
US - Supreme Court Strikes Down Texas Abortion Restrictions, Adam Liptak, NY Times
US
Abortion Ruling Could Create Waves of Legal Challenges, Erik Eckholm, NY Times
US -  
Supreme Court Complicates Corruption Cases From New York to Illinois, Eric Lipton and Benjamin Weiser, NY Times
US/India -
America’s Second Chance with India, Richard N. Haass, Project Syndicate
Global
Fragile States Index, Foreign Policy
UK -
I do not believe that Brexit will happen, Gideon Rachman, Financial Times
UK -
Inequality not personalities drove Britain to Brexit, Matthew Goodwin, Politico Europe
UK -
London Falling - Life After Brexit, R. Daniel Kelemen, Foreign Affairs
UK/France/Germany -
Never mind Brexit. France and Germany rush to save Eurozone, Pierre Briancon, Politico Europe
Germany –  
Angela Merkel Doesn’t Have a Brexit Plan, Either, Paul Hockenos, Foreign Policy
Russia -
Russia's Parliament Ends Term with More Repression, Vladimir Kara-Murza, World Affairs Journal
Russia/Turkey -
Here's Why Erdogan Is Burying the Hatchet With Putin, Leonid Bershidsky, Bloomberg View
Russia/China
Russia’s ‘Pivot’ to China Is Reduced to High-Level Bonhomie, Pavel K. Baev, Jamestown Foundation
NATO
The NATO Summit in Warsaw: Seven messages to expect, Karl-Heinz Kamp, Bundesakademie fuer Sicherheitspolitik
Ukraine
How Ukraine can open its door to NATO, Bruno Lete, GMF
Northern Europe
Tallinn–Helsinki Railroad Tunnel Could Transform Geopolitics of Northern Europe, Paul Goble, Jamestown Foundation

 
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