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Transatlantic Must-Reads
October 19th, 2017
 Afghanistan, Digital, EU, Europe, Italy, Iran, Iraq, Spain, Trade, Turkey, Yemen


EU Europe Stays at Home, Marc Bentinck, Carnegie Europe
Is Democracy in Europe Doomed? Sasha Polakow-Suransky, New York Review of Books
Italy -
How two local referendums might affect Italy’s future, The Economist
Spain -
Spain threatens to take over Catalonia’s government as constitutional crisis looms, William Booth, Washington Post
First Annual Review of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield, European Commission
Emmanuel Macron shifts Europe’s digital weight, William Echikson, Politico
Digital -
The Future of Truth and Misinformation Online, Janna Andersson, Lee Rainie, Pew Research
How to Fix U.S.-Turkey Relations, Kemal Kirisci, New York Times
Trade -
Donald Trump’s poisoning of global trade, Edward Luce, Financial Times
Globalization and Trade: A Study of American Attitudes, Steven Kull, University of Maryland
Iran -
How Europe can save the Iran nuclear deal, Roula Khalaf, Financial Times
Afghanistan -
Staying the Course in Afghanistan. How to Fight the Longest War, Kosh Sadat and Stan McChrystal, Foreign Affairs
Iraq -
Mission Still Not Accomplished in Iraq. Why the United States Should Not Leave, Emma Sky, Foreign Affairs
Yemen -
Yemen’s Humanitarian Nightmare - The Real Roots of the Conflict, Asher Orkaby, Foreign Affairs

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