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Transatlantic Must-Reads
May 16th, 2018
 China, Digital, Europe, Germany, Migration, North Korea, Nuclear, Russia, US

Featured CTR Commentary
Russia - The Kremlin’s Telegram Fiasco, Donald N. Jensen, Center for European Policy Analysis
Digital - What Europe needs to create more Spotifys, William Echikson, Centre for European Policy Studies
Germany - The Fall of the German Empire, Ross Douthat, The New York Times
Germany - Germany’s Great European Heist, Adam Tooze & Shahin Vallee, Project Syndicate
Europe/US - How Europe Can Block Trump, Ellie Geranmayeh & Esfandyar Batmanghelidj, Foreign Policy
Europe/US - Trump is wrong over Iran, but Europe can’t afford to divorce the US, Bruno Tertrais, The Guardian
Nuclear - How Iran Will Determine the Nuclear Deal's Fate: The Decision-Making Process Is No Simple Top-Down Exercise, Ariane M. Tabatabai, Foreign Affairs
North Korea - Deciphering Kim Jong Un’s Motives: The Game He’s Trying to Play, Michael Green, Foreign Affairs
Digital - 10 Trends Shaping Innovation in the Digital Age, European Political Strategy Centre, European Commission
Digital - Europe’s Data Protection Law is a Big, Confusing Mess, Alison Cool, The New York Times
Russia - Putin Opens Bridge to Crimea, Cementing Russia’s Hold on Neighbor, Neil MacFarquhar, The New York Times
China - How the west should judge a rising China, Martin Wolf, Financial Times
Migration - Destination Maghreb: Changing Migration Patterns in North Africa, Haim Malka, Center for Strategic and International Studies

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