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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Friday June 3rd, 2016

US, Trade, Economy, Global, Saudi Arabia, Germany, Turkey, UK, Belgium, IS, Asia
US - Clinton Blasts Trump’s Foreign Policy of ‘Bizarre Rants, Personal Feuds, and Outright Lies’, Molly O’Toole, Foreign Policy
Trade -
Trade Regulation in a 3D Printed World, Kommerskollegium
Economy -
Global Economic Outlook and Interim Economic Outlook, OECD
Confronting the Global Threat to Democracy, Ngaire Woods, Project Syndicate
Investing in America's future through STEM education, Dean Kamen and John R. Allen, Brookings
How Long Can a Woman Wait to Have an Abortion in America? Emma Breen, The Atlantic
US/Saudi Arabia
No better alternative: The U.S.-Saudi counterterrorism relationship, Ian Merritt, Brookings
Germany/Turkey -
Germany angers Turkey with genocide vote, Stefan Wagstyl and Mehul Srivastava, Financial Times
Brexonomics: The five most insidious anti-EU myths debunked, Simon Tilford, Centre for European Reform
After Vote, British Exit Could Be Faster Than Most Think, Stephen Fidler, Wall Street Journal
Belgium and its foreign and external policies, Sven Biscop and Thomas Renard, Egmont
IS -
UN: IS Increasingly Focused on International Attacks, New York Times
A Court You’ve Never Heard of Is About to Raise the Stakes in the South China Sea, Dan De Luce and Keith Johnson, Foreign Policy

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