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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Wednesday September 14, 2016

US, Fragile States, Europe, Digital, EU, Eurozone, Germany, Migration, Eastern Europe, Russia, Spain
US - Income and Poverty in the United States: 2015, Bernadette Proctor, Jessica Semega, and Melissa Kollar, U.S. Census Bureau 
US -
Middle class incomes had their fastest growth on record last year, Jim Tankersley, Washington Post
Fragile States -
US Leadership and the Challenge of State Fragility, Williams Burns, Michele Flournoy, and Nancy Lindborg, Carnegie Endowment 
Europe -
Drawing Europe, Christian Jensen, Politiken 
Europe -
Europe Rediscovers the Draft, Elisabeth Braw, The National Interest
Digitial -
EU Rules Look to Unify Digital Market, but U.S. Sees Protectionism, Mark Scott, New York Times
EU -
Can Smaller be Better? Robert E Hunter, Lobelog 
EU -
State of Juncker's Union, Ryan Heath, Politico Europe
Eurozone -
Prerequisites for a Euro-area fiscal capacity, Maria Demertzis and Guntram B. Wolf, Bruegel 
Germany -
There Really is No Reason for Germany Not to Do a Fiscal Stimulus Right Now, Brad Setser, CFR 
Migration -
Saving Refugees to Save Europe, George Soros, Project Syndicate 
Migration -
From Europe to Canada, how to promote a truly welcoming culture for migrants, Jeremy Kinsman, 
Migration/Eastern Europe -
Emigration and its Economic Impact on Eastern Europe, Ruben Atoyan, Lone Christiansen, Allan Dizioli, Christian Ebeke, NAdeem Ilahi, Anna Ilyina, Gil Mehrez, Haonan Qu, Faezeh Raei, Alaina Rhee, and Daria Zakharova, IMF 
Eastern Europe -
Key Actors in the EU's Eastern Neighbourhood. Competing perspectives on geostrategic tensions, Kristi Raik and Sinikukka Saari (eds.), Finnish Institute of International Affairs
Russia -
Putin's New National Guard. Bulwark against Mass Protests and Illoyal Elites, Margerete Klein, SWP
Russia/Iran -
The New Power Couple: Russia and Iran in the Middle East, Ellie Geranmayeh and Kadri Liik, European Council on Foreign Relations 
‘Strongman’ Putin is so fragile, he’s cracking down on polling, Washington Post 
Spain -
Spain's Groundhog Day: Why Madrid needs a government, Camino Mortera-Martinez, Centre for European Reform 

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