Copy
View this email in your browser
Transatlantic Must-Reads

Tuesday, October 11th 2016
Baltic States, China, Conflict, Digital, EU, Germany, Migration, Poland, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Turkey, Ukraine, US, Yemen
 

 US - The GOP tumbles toward anarchy: ‘It’s every person for himself or herself’, Philip Rucker and Robert Costa, Washington Post
Yemen/Saudi Arabia/US - Lawmakers Demand U.S. do more than just criticize Saudi Bombing Campaign, John Hudson, Foreign Policy
Migration/Germany - It Really Wasn't Merkel, Philip Faigle, Karsten Polke-Majewski und Sascha Venohr, Die Zeit Online

Digital - The European Union Clashes With Google Over Copyright – Heidi Tworek, German Marshall Fund 

Digital/Germany - When Free Speech and German Law Collide on Facebook – Jan Fleischhauer, Spiegel 

Turkey/Russia - Warming Relations in Person, Putin and Erdogan Revive Pipeline Deal, Neil MacFarquhar, New York Times
Conflict/Digital - War Goes Viral, Emerson T. Brooking and P. W. Singer, The Atlantic
Baltic States/Poland - Perspectives on Security and Stability. Track 2 Dialogue with the Baltic States and Poland, CSIS

US/Ukraine - Ukraine Is Going to Be a Big Problem for the Next U.S. President, Mark Pfeifle, Foreign Policy

EU - Diplomatic divide over Libya threatens EU unity on defense, Jacopo Barigazzi, Politico

Syria - How Syria Became the New Global War, Der Spiegel

US/China -  A framework for U.S. policy toward China, Jeffrey A. Bader, Brookings 

 

Follow along on Twitter with #CTRmustread. Click here to subscribe to the Transatlantic Must-Reads. Sign up for our events mailing list here.
The Center for Transatlantic Relations at Johns Hopkins University SAIS.

Facebook
Twitter
Website






This email was sent to <<Email Address>>
why did I get this?    unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences
Foreign Policy Institute · 1717 Massachusetts Ave. NW · Suite 867 · Washington, DC 20036 · USA