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Transatlantic Must-Reads
October 4th, 2017

EU, France, Germany, North Korea, Russia, Spain, Terrorism 


France - Emmanuel Macron’s long war, Nicholas Vinocur, Politico 
Germany -
7 prescriptions for a digital Germany - The remedy that gets the least attention is also the most obvious: immigration, Matthew Karnitschnig, Politico
US/Iran -
Trump prepares to wound Iran deal — and then save it, Eliana Johnson, Politico
EU -
EU takes Ireland to court over Apple taxes, Financial Times
Spain -
Can Spain Keep Together? Judy Dempsey, Carnegie
North Korea -
What’s really driving Kim Jong-un’s behavior? Jung H. Pak, Brookings
Spain -
Crunch time in Catalonia: Why Spain needs a constitutional overhaul, Camino Mortera-Martinez, CER
Russia -
The True Purpose of Russia's Zapad Military Exercises - Why Moscow Wanted to Send a Message to Minsk, Emily Ferris, Foreign Affairs
Terrorism -
Should We Treat Domestic Terrorists the Way We Treat ISIS? What Works—and What Doesn't, Daniel Byman, Foreign Affairs

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