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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Monday, November 21st 2016

Nationalism, US, Europe, Russia, Iran, UK, Trade, Germany, Balkans, Italy, Defense, EU, Migration, China, Middle East

Nationalism - League of nationalists, The Economist

US - The End of Identity Liberalism, Mark Lilla, New York Times  

US - Trump marks the end of America as world’s ‘indispensable nation’, Robert Kagan, Financial Times

US - When President Trump Goes to War, Elliot A. Cohen, Wall Street Journal

US - Eleven Priorities on International Organizations for the Trump Administration, Brett D. Schaefer, Heritage Foundation

US/Europe - Everyone in Europe Needs to Take a Deep, Calming Breath, Toomas Ilves, Foreign Policy

US/Russia - Congress may spoil Trump’s Russian reset, Josh Rogin, The Washington Post

US/Iran - President Trump and the Iran Nuclear Deal, Eric B. Lorber, Foreign Policy  

US/UK - The fourth pillar sways, The Economist

Trade - The Art of the Trade Deal. Priorities for Policy, Derek Scissors, AEI  

Trade - How Trade Attitudes Changed from 2012-2016, Diana C. Mutz, Chicago Council on Global Affairs

Germany - Iron waffler, The Economist

Balkans - The Balkans: Clinton-lands, The Economist

Italy - Political populism: Is Italy next? James Politi, Financial Times

Defense - How Europe Can Help the U.S., and Defend Itself, Jochen Bittner, New York Times

Defense/EU – Implementation Plan on Security and Defense, Federica Mogherini, High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Vice-President of the European Commission, and Head of the European Defence Agency

EU/Migration - Upgrading the EU's Migration Partnerships, Stefan Lehne, Carnegie Europe

China/Europe – Belgrade-Budapest via Beijing: A case study of Chinese investment in Europe, Agatha Kratz and Dragan Pavlićević, ECFR     

Middle East - Who Made the Arab Spring Into an Arab Crisis? Yezid Sayigh, Carnegie


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