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Transatlantic Must-Reads
April 10th, 2018
Baltics, Caucasus, China, Defense, Digital, EU, Europe, Netherlands, Populism, Privacy, Russia, Sweden, Syria, Technology, US
Syria - Assad's Horror, and Those Who Enable It, Thomas Joscelyn, Weekly Standard
Technology -
Gene Editing for Good: How CRISPR Can Transform Global Development, Bill Gates, Foreign Affairs
Sweden -
Fortress Sweden: Inside the plan to mobilize Swedish society against Russia, Aaron Mehta, Defense One
Netherlands/Defense -
2018 Defense White Paper, Netherlands Ministry of Defense
EU -
EU Cohesion Monitor, European Council on Foreign Relations
US/China -
How China's proposed tariffs could affect U.S. workers and industries, Muro, Whiton & Maxim, Brookings Institution

Populism - Populist playbook: 5 lessons from Hungary for Trump's reelection, David Dorosz, Politico
Europe -
Europe's Double Opportunity, Kemal Dervis & Caroline Conroy, Project Syndicate
Baltics/Russia -
Strategic Toughness Towards Russia the Key to Keeping Baltic Allies Safe, Ulrich Kuhn, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Caucasus/Russia -
The Southern Vector: Russia's Need to Upgrade Its Policy in the South Caucasus, Dmitri Trenin, Carnegie Moscow Center
Digital -
Bots in the Twittersphere, Wojcik, Messing, Smith, Rainie & Hitlin, Pew Research Center
Digital/Privacy -
Our idea of privacy must catch up with reality in the Facebook age, Hannah Kuchler, Financial Times
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