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Transatlantic Must-Reads
January 10th, 2018
Balkans, China, Croatia, Democracy, Digital, EU, France, Japan, Populism, Russia, Slovenia, UK, Ukraine, US

China - China’s Pursuit of Emerging and Exponential Technologies, Paul Scharre, testimony before the House Armed Services Committee
Slovenia/Croatia - Why relations between Slovenia and Croatia are all at sea, The Economist
Balkans/EU - A decisive year for the EU’s re-engagement with the Western Balkans, Erwan Fouéré, CEPS
Balkans/UK - The UK and the future of the Western Balkans, House of Lords
Democracy - Democracy is far from dead, Bruce Jones & Michael E. O’Hanlon, Brookings
US - How Will the Tax Overhaul Affect U.S. Competitiveness?, James McBride, Council on Foreign Relations
US - Postures and Gestures Rather than Results, Paul R. Pillar, National Interest
US/EU - The transatlantic meaning of Donald Trump: a US-EU Power Audit, Jeremy Shapiro and Dina Pardijs, ECFR
EU - Europe’s High Representative for Appeasement, Eli Lake, Bloomberg
France - Macron’s fake news law will threaten democracy, Alberto Alemanno, Politico Europe
Ukraine - Ukraine on the brink of kleptocracy, Gustav Gressel, European Council on Foreign Relations
Ukraine - Ukraine’s Civic Progress and Partial Reform, Olga Burlyuk & Natalia Shapovalova, Carnegie
Russia - Russian political theater, Edward Lucas, Center for European Policy Analysis
Digital - Is Estonia’s Approach to Cyber Defense Feasible in the United States?, Monica M. Ruiz, War on the Rocks
Digital - Cyber-diplomacy: the making of an international society in the digital age, Andre Barrinha and Thomas Renard, Egmont
Japan/Populism - Why Is Japan Populist-Free?, Ian Buruma, Project Syndicate

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