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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Friday May 13th, 2016

US, Nordic, Japan, Europe, Canada, EU, Asia, Russia, France, Libya
 
US/Nordic - At US-Nordic summit, Obama meets capitalism with a heart, Andras Simonyi, The Hill
US/Japan
Obama counts down by building bridges, Jacob Weisberg, Financial Times
US/Europe/Canada -
The Future of US Global Leadership Implications for Europe, Canada and Transatlantic Cooperation, Alexandra de Hoop Scheffer, Rory Kinane, Martin Quencez and Xenia Wickett, Chatham House
US/EU/Asia -
A Rebalanced Transatlantic Policy Toward the Asia-Pacific Region, Heather A. Conley, Ernest Z. Bower, James Mina and Phuong Nguyen, CSIS
Russia
Eastern Challenges, Daniel S. Hamilton and Stefan Meister, DGAP
Russia/UK
Why Brexit would be the perfect gift for Vladimir Putin, Garry Kasparov, The Guardian
France
France's Bridge Too Far, Martin A. Schain, Foreign Affairs
EU
A realistic to-do list to curb Europe’s decline, Giles Merritt, Politico Europe
EU
An EU army? Four reasons it will not happen, Sophia Besch, Centre for European Reform
Europe -
Why Schengen matters and how to keep it: A five point plan, Camino Mortera-Martinez, Centre for European Reform
Europe/Libya -
Intervening better: Europe’s second chance in Libya, Mattia Toaldo, ECFR

 
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