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Transatlantic Must-Reads
November 6th, 2017
China, Corruption, Digital, Economy, EU, Europe, Finland, Germany, Iraq, Kurdistan, NATO, Poland, Russia, Spain, Terrorism, UK, Ukraine, US  

Featured CTR Commentary

Ukraine - Are Ukraine’s Reforms Reversible?, Donald Jensen, Center for European Policy Analysis
US/Europe - How Europe should talk to Trump, Senni Salmi, EU Observer

US/Russia/Economy/Corruption - The Paradise Papers: Offshore Trove Exposes Trump-Russia links and Piggy Banks of the Wealthiest 1 Percent, International Consortium of Investigative Journalists
US/China - Mr. Trump Goes to China, Richard N. Haas, Project Syndicate
US - Democrats and Republicans: Could it be that both parties are doomed?, Jonah Goldberg, National Review Online
US/Economy - The 2017 State New Economy Index, Robert D. Atkinson and J. John Wu, Information Technology and Innovation Foundation
UK - No One Knows What Britain Is Anymore, Steven Erlanger, New York Times
Poland - Why Poland's Law and Justice Party Remains So Popular, Remi Adekoya, Foreign Affairs
Finland/NATO - Poll: Majority of Finns Oppose NATO Membership, News Now Finland
Digital - Cyber Operations Tracker, Council on Foreign Relations
EU/Spain - EU needs a smarter response to the Catalonia crisis, Richard Youngs, Politico Europe
EU/Germany - German military study: EU collapse conceivable worst case, Cathy Buick, Politico Europe
Iraq/Kurdistan - How the Kurdish Quest for Independence in Iraq Backfired, Sergio Peçanha, New York Times
Terrorism - How Can America Hit ISIS 'Harder' When the Caliphate Is Gone?, Krishnadev Calamur, The Atlantic

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