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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Tuesday, May 30th 2017

Global, Germany, US, Europe, Digital, EU, China, Iran, Terrorism, Czech Republic, Economy

Global - G7 Taormina Leaders’ Communiqué
Germany - What Angela Merkel meant at the Munich beer hall, Matthew Karnitschnig, Politico
Germany -
Surplus Germany, Wade Jacoby, Transatlantic Academy
US, Europe -
Assessing the Brussels Wreckage, Thomas Kleine-Brockhoff, American Interest
US, Europe -
For the U.S.-European alliance, everything has changed, Anne Applebaum, Washington Post
US -
What We Thought We Knew: 2016 Voter Turnout Expectations And Reality, Karlyn Bowman, Forbes
Digital -
The cyber-enabled information struggle: Russia's approach and Western vulnerabilities, Veli-Pekka Kivimäki, FIIA
EU, Global -
After the EU global strategy – Building resilience, Florence Gaub & Nicu Popescu, EUISS
Europe, US, China -
Transatlantic Divergences in Globalisation and the China Factor, Jeanne Metivier, Mattia Di Salvo & Jacques Pelkmans, CEPS
Iran, Terrorism -
Iran’s Support for Terrorist Groups, Daniel Byman, Lawfare Blog
Terrorism -
Who are the new jihadis? Olivier Roy, The Guardian
Czech Republic -
Paper tiger. The billionaire who will probably be the next Czech prime minister, The Economist
Economy -
How to fix the welfare state for the entrepreneurial age, Nicolas Colin, Financial Times

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