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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Monday, January 30th, 2017

Canada, US, Migration, Europe, Israel, Nuclear, Economy, Germany, Global Politics, China, Middle East


Canada - Quebec Mosque shooting - What we know, what we don't know, Montreal Gazette
US - A Clarifying Moment in American History, Eliot A. Cohen, Atlantic

US - In a Week, Trump Reshapes Decades of Perceptions About America, David E. Sanger, New York Times
US - Is American Democracy Strong Enough for Trump? Francis Fukuyama, Politico
US/Migration - The Disastrous Consequences of Trump’s New Immigration Rules, Daniel Benjamin, Politico
US/Migration - Trump's Immigration Ban is Illegal, Daniel Bier, New York Times

US/Migration - Trump Refugee Order Balances Security and Compassion, James Carafano, Daily Signal

US/Migration - Early wins against Trump immigration order may not last, Josh Gerstein and Seung Min Kim, Politico

US/Europe - Trump immigration order causes alarm among Europeans, Isaac Arnsdorf and Alex Byers, Politico
US/Israel - Six Challenges to U.S.-Israel Relations under Trump, Eran Etzion, Middle East Institute
Nuclear - 5 Burning Nuclear Problems on Trump’s Desk, Jon Wolfsthal, Foreign Policy

Economy - Yes, protectionism can save some US jobs, but at what cost? Empirical evidence suggests it’s very, very expensive, Mark J. Perry, AEI

Economy - NAFTA and other trade deals have not gutted American manufacturing - period. J. Bradford DeLong, Vox
Europe - Trump, populism and the identity of Europe, Erik Jones, eSharp

Germany - Looking to Germany: What Berlin Can and Can't Do for the Liberal Order, Stefan Fröhlich, Foreign Affairs

Global Politics - The eclipse of the West, John Bew, New Statesman
Europe/China/Middle East - China and the New Middle East Security Arc, Christina Lin, NDC Foundation
 

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