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Transatlantic Must-Reads
October 3rd, 2017

Arctic, Corruption, Digital, Europe, Germany, Greece, Iran, Resilience, Spain, US 

Featured SAIS Commentary 

Germany/EuropeThis Was the Worst Possible German Election for Europe – Matthias Matthijs and Erik Jones, Foreign Policy 


Digital - Germany's new hate speech law goes live: So who's in its sights? David Meyer, ZDnet
ECJ to rule on key US-Europe data protection mechanism, Mehreen Khan, Financial Times
Back in the Game. Reclaiming Europe’s Digital Leadership, European Political Strategy Centre
Digital - 
Lead or Lose: A Vision for Europe’s Digital Future, ETNO/Accenture 
Europe -
Mapping Where Europe's Population Is Moving, Aging, and Finding Work, Feargus O'Sullivan, CityLab
Europe -
Eurostat Regional Yearbook, Eurostat
Europe/Economy -
An innovation deficit behind Europe’s overall productivity slowdown? Reinhilde Veugelers, European Central Bank
Germany/US -
The Ties That Bind, Germany and the United States in a Ne w Era, Alina Polyakova, Henning Riecke, Atlantic Council
How Non-State Actors Export Kleptocratic Norms to the West, Ilya Zaslavskiy, Kleptocracy Initiative, Hudson Institute
Greece -
The Volatile State of Greek Politics, Harris Mylonas, Foreign Affairs
Iran -
The Iranian Nuclear Deal's Sunset Clauses - Why They Are Not a Path to a Bomb , Ali Vaez, Foreign Affairs
Spain -
Spain's Flawed Response to the Catalonian Referendum, R. Joseph Huddleston , Foreign Affairs
Arctic -
Arctic rivalries: Friendly competition or dangerous conflict? Mikkel Runge Olesen, DIIS
Resilience -
An effective antidote: The four components that make Finland more resilient to hybrid campaigns , Charly Salonius-Pasternak , FIIA
US -
Mass shootings are an American problem. There’s an American solution, Chris Murphy, Washington Post

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