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Transatlantic Must-Reads
October 16th, 2017
Austria, Democracy, Digital, Eastern Europe, EU, France, Iran, Migration, Russia, Turkey

Featured CTR/SAIS Commentary

US/Iran
Trump Alienates America’s Allies and Hands Iran a Victory, Antony J. Blinken, New York Times
US/Iran
Trump is About to Make the Defining Mistake of his Presidency, Vali Nasr, Washington Post
Eastern Europe/Russia
Post-Soviet De Facto States, Benedikt Harzl, Carolina de Stefano, Russian Analytical Digest

Must-Reads
 
Austria -
Austria Swings Right, and How, Tessa Szyszkowitz, Carnegie Europe
US/Iran
Confusion Over the Iran Deal, Frederick W. Kagan, AEI
US/Iran
The Need for a Real New Strategy to Deal with Iran and the Gulf, Anthony Cordesman, CSIS
US/EU -
EU and US agree to accept each other’s derivatives rules, Barney Jopson and Philip Stafford, Financial Times
EU/Turkey -
Turkey and the EU: No end to the drift, Luigi Scazzieri, Centre for European Reform
Digital/US -
What Facebook Did to American Democracy, Alexis Madrigal, The Atlantic
Digital/EU
The State of Data Innovation in the EU, Nick Wallace and Daniel Castro, Center for Data Innovation
Digital/Trade
3D printing: A threat to global trade, ING
Ukraine
Is peace in Donbas possible? Carl Bildt, ECFR
Democracy
Globally, Broad Support for Representative and Direct Democracy. But many also endorse
nondemocratic alternatives,
Richard Wike, Katie Simmons, Bruce Stokes and Janell Fetterolf, Pew Research Center
France -
France’s Permanent State of Emergency, Francis Ghilès, CIDOB
Migration -
Tackling the new consensus on migration, Susi Dennison, ECFR

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