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Transatlantic Must-Reads
October 30th, 2017
Abkhazia, China, Digital, Europe, Eurozone, Finland, Iran, Mexico, Russia, Spain, US

Must-Reads

Spain The Catalan Martyr vs. the Spanish Strongman, Oscar G. Encarnacion, New York Times
US
‘It’s just messed up.’ Most think political divisions just as bad as Vietnam era, new poll shows, Johns Wagner and Scott Clement, Washington Post
US/Europe
Populism: Culture or economics? John Springford and Simon Tilford, Centre for European Reform
Europe
The European Roots of the Alt-Right - How Far-Right Ideas Are Going International, George Hawley, Foreign Affairs
Digital
The App Economy in Europe 2017: Leading Countries and Cities, Michael Mandel and Elliott Long, Progressive Policy Institute
Economy
After the end of the start-up era, Jon Evans, TechCrunch
Mexico
Mexico’s Record Violence is a Crisis 20 Years in the Making, Max Fisher and Amanda Taub, New York Times
Eurozone
The Time is Right for a European Monetary Fund, Andre Sapir and Dirk Schoenmaker, Bruegel
Finland
Wary of Russia, Finns take another look at NATO, Reid Standish, Politico
Abkhazia
Abkhazia: Still Isolated, Still Proud, Thomas de Waal, Carnegie Europe
Iran -
Approaching Tehran Differently, David Debartolo, Carnegie
Russia/Energy
Russia Uses Its Oil Giant, Rosneft, as a Foreign Policy Tool, Clifford Krauss, New York Times
China -
When China Leads, Kevin Rudd, Project Syndicate ​

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