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Friday, December 20, 2019
China, Digital, Economy, Energy, EU, Europe, Germany, Global, Italy, Migration, UK, US

The Transatlantic Must-Reads will return on January 6. Happy holidays and
best wishes for the coming year!

US - How Impeachment Affects Trump’s Foreign Policy, Aaron David Miller, Carnegie Endowment
Global/Economy - 2020 Foresight: What’s Ahead in Global Economics, Matthew P. Goodman, Stephanie Segal and Jonathan E. Hillman, Center for Strategic and International Studies
US/China - Phase One China Deal: Steep Tariffs Are the New Normal, Chad P. Brown, Peterson Institute for International Economics
US/China - How US-China trade has changed, The Economist
US/Germany - A Tale of Two Futures: The Future of Work Debate in Germany and the U.S, Ines Wagner, American Institute for Contemporary German Studies
US/Germany - Merkel’s Split-the-Difference Strategy Isn’t Working, Gary J.Schmitt, American Interest
Europe/China - Europe and China after Brexit: The 5G question, Janka Oertel, European Council on Foreign Relations
UK - Britain Must Balance a Transatlantic Heart With a European Head, Robin Niblett, Chatham House
Italy - PD and M5S: The Italian Alliance of Convenience, Emanuele Caggiano and Paweł Tokarski, German Institute for International and Security Affairs
EU/Migration - What is the EU’s role in implementation of the global compact for migration? Lina Vosyliute, Centre for European Policy Studies
Energy - Sanctions against Nord Stream 2 in the US defence budget, Agata Łoskot-Strachota, Centre for Eastern Studies
Digital - Can technology plan economies and destroy democracy? The Economist
Digital - Make 5G Secure and Open to All, Marc Grossman, YaleGlobal

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