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Transatlantic Must-Reads
May 18th, 2018
 Balkans, China, Defense, Digital, EU, Europe, Germany, Italy, Migration, North Korea, Spain, Syria, US, West
China/Digital - How big is China’s digital economy? Alicia Garcia-Herrero & Jianwei Xu, Bruegel
Digital - How Europe and Canada Are Fighting Foreign Political Ads on Social Media, Karen Kornbluh, Council on Foreign Relations
Italy - Italy - what happens next? Jacopo Barigazzi & Giulia Paravicini, Politico EU
Spain/EU - Secession or Solidarity: Catalonia Will Not Get Both Simultaneously, Sabine Riedel, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik
EU/Balkans - 5 takeaways from EU’s big Balkan get-together, Andrew Gray, Politico EU
Germany/Defense - Germany struggles to find ways of spending extra cash on defence, Tobias Buck, Financial Times
West - The End of the Concept of ‘the West’? Vessela Tcherneva, European Council on Foreign Relations
US/North Korea - The North Korea Summit Isn't a Real-Estate Deal, David A. Graham, The Atlantic

Migration - To manage migration, the EU needs to rethink its neighbourhood policy, Luigi Scazzieri, Centre for European Reform
Migration - The New EU Migration-Related Fund Masks Deeper Questions over Policy Aims, Kate Hooper, Migration Policy Institute
Syria - More and More Internally Displaced Syrians Are Returning to Regime-held Areas, Asaad Hanna, Chatham House
Europe - The East-West Divide in Europe’s History Wars, Georgiy Kasianov, Carnegie Moscow Center

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