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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Thursday May 26th, 2016

Global, US, Asia, Europe, Latvia, Israel, Palestine, EU, UK, Germany, Poland, Energy, Italy, Turkey, Digital, Euro
Global - World Humanitarian Summit: One Small Step in a Long Journey, Steven M. Patrick and Theresa Lou, Council on Foreign Relations
Even under Trump, U.S. can’t go it alone in Asia, Hitoki Den, Japan Times
US forces – between Europe and Asia, Jan Joel Andersson, ISS Europa
US/Latvia -
Latvia and the United States: Building Bridges Across a Changing Landscape, Andris Spruds and Diana Potjomkina, Latvian Institute of Foreign Affairs
Webstreaming, Baltic Times 
US/Israel/Palestine5 facts about how Americans view the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Samantha Smith and Carroll Doherty, Pew Research
Joining Forces: Necessary Steps for Developing the Comprehensive Approach, Ronja Kempin and Ronja Scheler, SWP Berlin
Five Brexit economic myths, Simon Tilford, Centre for European Reform
Your handy Brexit guide to the next four weeks of fear, Robert Shrimsley, Financial Times
Has Berlin overdone the challenge of migration? Almut Möller, ECFR
Thinking outside the Russian box: A way ahead for Poland’s gas sector, CEPA
Italy -
Europe helped Greece in its migration hour of need. Now Italy needs help, Stefano Stefanini, Politico Europe
Turkey -
Turkey’s Travails, Transatlantic Consequences: Reflections on a Recent Visit, Ian Lesser, GMF
E-commerce in Europe: parcel delivery prices in a digital single market, J. Scott Marcus and Georgios Petropoulos, Bruegel
Euro -
Lessons for the euro from early US monetary and financial history, Jeffry Frieden, Bruegel

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