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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Thursday, November 3rd 2016
UK, US, Europe, NATO, Digital, Russia, China, Hungary, Belarus, France, Health

UK -- Brexit to require parliamentary approval in setback for Theresa May, Owen Bowcott and Jessica Elgot, The Guardian
UK -
Article 50 decision: what does this mean for Brexit? Jane Croft, Financial Times
US -
Two Americas: Why Donald Trump Still Has a Lot of Support, John Cassidy, New Yorker
US/Europe --
The next American president must look to Europe first, Nicholas Burns, Financial Times
Land Warfare in Europe, Peter Doran, CEPA
How can the OSCE help to reduce the risk of hazardous military incidents? Loïc Simonet and Veera Tuomala, NATO
Digital --
Europe rewrites the rules for Silicon Valley, Philip Stephens, Financial Times
Russia/China --
Russia resumes advanced weapons sales to China, Charles Clover, Financial Times
Why China and the U.S. Need Each Other in Space, Matthew Bey, Real Clear World
Hungary -
Budapest's One-Party Democracy, Andras Simonyi, The Cipher Brief
Belarus Weathers Economic Doldrums as Rapprochement With West Proceeds, Grigory Ioffe, Jamestown Foundation
*Correction* Russia/France -
Russia and France's Right, David Cadier, Foreign Affairs
How Ebola Adapted to Us, Ed Yong, The Atlantic


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