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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
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
Eastern Challenges, Daniel S. Hamilton and Stefan Meister, DGAP
Why Brexit would be the perfect gift for Vladimir Putin, Garry Kasparov, The Guardian
France's Bridge Too Far, Martin A. Schain, Foreign Affairs
A realistic to-do list to curb Europe’s decline, Giles Merritt, Politico Europe
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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