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Transatlantic Must-Reads
January 30th, 2018
 Central Asia, China, Digital, EU, France, Germany, NATO, North-Korea, Russia, Security, Sweden, UK, UN, US
Featured CTR/SAIS Commentary
Russia/China - Russia–China Relations and the West, Marcin Kaczmarski, in The Russia File by Daniel S. Hamilton & Stefan Meister (editors), Center for Transatlantic Relations, DGAP
Digital/EU - 2018 reform of EU data protection rules, European Commission
Digital/China -
New China Data Privacy Standard Looks More Far-Reaching than GDPR, Sammy Sacks, CSIS
Digital/US -
Reforming the U.S. Approach to Data Protection and Privacy, Nuala O’Connor, Council on Foreign Relations
Digital/Security -
Artificial intelligence is the weapon of the next Cold War, Jeremy Straub, The Conversation
US/Russia -
Report to Congress Pursuant to Section 241 of the Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act of 2017 Regarding Senior Foreign Political Figures and Oligarchs in the Russian Federation and Parastatal Entities, U.S. Treasury Department
US/Russia -
Navigating Dangerous Pathways: A Pragmatic Approach to U.S.-Russian Relations and Strategic Stability, James N. Miller, Jr. and Richard Fontaine, CNAS
UK -
This Leaked Government Brexit Analysis Says The UK Will Be Worse Off In Every Scenario, Alberto Nardelli, BuzzFeed
France -
Macron Leads France Back into Diplomatic Limelight, Julia Amalia Heyer, Spiegel Online
Germany -
Germany’s Dangerous Nuclear Sleepwalking, Claudia Major, Carnegie Europe
NATO/Sweden -
Under threat, Sweden rediscovers its Viking spirit, Charlie Duxbury, Politico
NATO/Central Asia -
Central Asia and NATO against a Backdrop of Changing Geopolitical Realities, Uguloy Mukhtorova, NATO Defense College
North Korea -
How to Successfully Sanction North Korea, Peter Harrell and Juan Zarate, Foreign Affairs 
UN -
On the U.N. Human Rights Council, Quitters Are Losers, Keith M. Harper, Stephen Pomper, Foreign Policy

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