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Transatlantic Must-Reads
April 9th, 2018
 Asia, China, Digital, Eastern Europe, EU, Europe, France, Global, Human Rights, Hungary, North Korea, Northern Europe, Russia, Trade, US

Featured CTR Commentary
Hungary - Hungary Election Gives Orban Big Majority, and Control of Constitution, Marc Santora, The New York Times
Hungary -
Why is Hungary Turning to Nationalism? The Economist
Hungary -
The EU is tolerating - and enabling- authoritarian kleptocracy in Hungary, The Economist
Hungary -
Europe faces a grassroots fight, The Guardian
North Korea -
North Korea Said to Offer Direct Assurance It Will Discuss Denuclearization, Julie Hirschfield Davis, The New York Times

Digital - A Tough Task for Facebook: European-Type Privacy for all, Natasha Singer, The New York Times
US/China -
Donald Trump is Standing Up for American Interests, Peter Navarro, Financial Times
Global -
It Takes More than Money to Make a Marshall Plan, Benn Steil & Benjamin Della Rocca, Council on Foreign Relations
US/Asia -
Asia After Trump, Joseph S. Nye, Project Syndicate
Trade -
There is More to the Trade War than Trade, James Andrew Lewis, Center for Strategic and International Studies
EU/Eastern Europe -
EU Considers Funding Cuts for Eastern Europe, Becker, Muller, Schult & Puhl, Spiegel Online
France -
En Marche: From a Movement to a Government, Claudia Chwalisz, Carnegie Europe
Northern Europe/Russia -
Russia's anxious northern neighbors toughen up, Reid Standish, Politico
Human Rights -
The End of Human Rights? David Rieff, Foreign Policy

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