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Transatlantic Must-Reads
April 27th, 2018
 Automation, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Defense, Denmark, EU Enlargement, Europe, France, Germany, Korea, NATO, North Korea, Russia, Security, Sweden, Technology, US
Bosnia and Herzegovina - The EU’s Failing Policy Initiative for Bosnia and Herzegovina: A Reform Agenda & Questionnaire Monitoring Report, Bodo Weber, Democratization Policy Council
EU Enlargement - Maintaining momentum in enlargement, Erwan Fouéré, Centre for European Policy Studies
Automation - A study finds nearly half of jobs are vulnerable to automation, The Economist
Technology - Will regulatory action protect consumer privacy or Facebook’s profits? Babette Boliek, AEIdeas
France/US - Macron Tried to Convince Trump to Stick to the Iran Deal. Will it Work? Barbara Slavin, Atlantic Council
France/US - France makes overtures to US on reforming global trade, Jim Brunsden & Mehreen Khan, Financial Times
Germany/US - Angela Merkel’s US visit overshadowed by Macron triumph, Guy Chazan, Financial Times
Europe - Seeking the Force for Good, Georg Blume, Berlin Policy Journal
Russia/Security/Defense - Don’t Fear Moscow. Marginalize It. Marc C. Johnson, National Review
Defense/Germany - Paper Army, Bettina Vestring, Berlin Policy Journal
Defense/Denmark - Overstretched? Denmark’s security policy and armed forces in light of the new Defence Agreement, Piotr Szymański, OSW
NATO - NATO defends national independence, Janusz Bugajski, Center for European Policy Analysis
US/Sweden/North Korea - Why Trump Needs the Swedes in Pyongyang, Emily Tamkin, Foreign Policy
Korea - Despot meets democrat: Can the euphoria of the Korean summit last? The Economist

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