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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Tuesday, January 10th, 2017

Arms, Austria, West, Balkans, Eastern Europe, EU, Trade, Economy, France, Digital, IS, Migration, NATO, Nuclear, UK, US

Arms - Conventional Arms Transfers to Developing Nations, 2008-2015, Catherine A. Theohary, Congressional Research Service
Austria/West -
Vienna: City of the century, The Economist
Balkans -
Dysfunction in the Balkans. Can the Post-Yugoslav Settlement Survive? Timothy Less, Foreign Affairs
Eastern Europe/EU/Trade -
Benefits and Costs of DCFTA: Evaluation of the Impact on Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine, Amat Adarov and Peter Havlik, Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies (wiiw) and Bertelsmann Stiftung
Economy -
The Long-Term Jobs Killer Is Not China. It’s Automation, Claire Cain Miller, New York Times

EU - BREXIT has little impact on views in Europe, WIN/Gallup International
France/Digital -
The big problem with France's 'right to disconnect' law, Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry, The Week
Global Trends: Paradox of Progress, National Intelligence Council
IS/Europe -
Why ISIL fights in Europe, Jean-Pierre Filiu, Politico
Migration -
Migration Trends to Watch in 2017, Kristy Siegfried, IRIN
Migration -
Poor-world migration: The beautiful south, The Economist
Migration -
A public-private partnership will solve Europe’s migrant crisis, Erik Prince, Financial Times
Reforming NATO’s Partnerships, Markus Kaim, SWP
Nuclear -
No, the U.S. Doesn't Need to Expand its Nuclear Weapons Program, Steven Pifer, Politico
UK -
UK Foreign and Security Policy after Brexit, Malcolm Chalmers, RUSI
UK/Corruption -
London Rolls Out the Blood-Red Carpet for Kleptocrats, Ben Judah, New York Times
Trump Doesn’t Know What He Doesn’t Know About Foreign Policy, Stephen M. Walt, Foreign Policy
The economic consequences of Barack Obama’s presidency, Martin Wolf, Financial Times


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