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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Friday April 29th, 2016

TTIP, Trade, Migration, NATO, Russia, US, Israel, Yemen, UK, Slovakia, Europe, Japan, Turkey, Ukraine, Energy, Digital, Economy
 
TTIP - Ten Arguments for TTIP and the Concerns to Address, Andrea Montanino and Earl Anthony Wayne, Atlantic Council
Trade -
Trading Places. What the aversion to trade says about Europe and America, The Economist
Migration -
Clearing customs. Europe's migrant deal hinges on Turks getting visa-free travel, The Economist

NATO/Russia - No Going Back to Business as Usual for NATO and Russia, Andrew Monaghan, Chatham House
Russia
‘Sanctions Are a Failure…Let’s Admit That’, David Francis and Lara Jakes, Foreign Policy
US/Israel
Obama-Netanyahu Rift Impedes U.S. Offer of Record Aid Deal for Israel, Julie Hirschfeld Davis, New York Times
US/Yemen -
We Need to Know More About the US’s Role in Yemen, Belkis Wille, Just Security
UK
The seven blunders: Why Brexit would be harder than brexiters think, Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska, Centre for European Reform
UK
By tolerating Jeremy Corbyn, Labour’s moderates are complicit in their party’s shame, Bagehot, The Economist
Slovakia
Slovakia Stumbles - Behind Its Anti-Democratic Rhetoric, Dariusz Kalan, Foreign Affairs
Europe/Japan
The Japanese-European security relationship during the second Abe administration, Jonathan A. Meza, CSIS
Turkey
Mad love, amnesia or fear? How Erdogan pulls it off, Sukru Kucuksahin, Al Monitor
Ukraine -
Ukraine Reform Monitor: April 2016, Carnegie
Energy
The Strategic Role of Natural Gas Trade in Transatlantic Relations, David Koranyi and Neil Brown, GMF
Digital
3D Printing comes of age, The Economist
Economy - Measuring economies. The trouble with GDP, The Economist
Economy -
The 21st century economy. How to measure prosperity, The Economist

 
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