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Transatlantic Must-Reads
October 6th, 2017

Digital, Eastern Europe, Economy, EU, Europe, Global, Iran, Migration, Resilience, Security, Technology

Featured SAIS Commentary

 US - U.S. Grand Strategy in an Age of Nationalism: Fortress America and its Alternatives, Hal Brands, Washington Quarterly


Global - Preserving the Post-War Order, Michael Mazarr, Washington Quarterly
US/EU - Employment in Europe and the US: the EU’s remarkable strength, Zsolt Darvas and David Pichler, Bruegel
US - Key takeaways on Americans’ growing partisan divide over political values, Pew Research Center
Iran - Trump’s decision on Iran nuclear deal could cause major breach with allies in Europe, Karen DeYoung and Carol Morello, Washington Post
Iran - Countering Iran, Kenneth M. Pollack and Bilal Y. Saab, Washington Quarterly
Iran - Unforced Error: The Risks of Confrontation with Iran, Emma Ashfor and John Glaser, Cato Institute
Digital - What does creating a cyber security agency mean for the EU?, Roslyn Layton, American Enterprise Institute
Technology/Economy - Where is technology taking the economy?, W. Brian Arthur, McKinsey Quarterly
Eastern Europe - Disappointed suitors, The Economist
Security/Resilience - A Paradigm Shift in the EU’s Common Foreign and Security Policy: From Transformation to Resilience, Annegret Bendiek, SWP
Security - Two Ways to Look at the Nobel Committee’s Utopian Choice for Peace Prize, Joshua Keating, Slate
Migration - Integration of Immigrants in European Labour Markets, CEPS


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