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Transatlantic Must-Reads
April 17th, 2018
 Cyber Security, Democracy, Digital, France, Geo-Economics, Germany, Hungary, Syria, Sweden, US
 
Must-Reads
Democracy/US - The Big Shift: How American Democracy Fails Its Way to Success, Walter Russell Mead, Foreign Affairs
Democracy - The End of the Democratic Century: Autocracy’s Global Ascendance, Yascha Mounk & Roberto Stefan Foa, Foreign Affairs
Democracy - The Age of Insecurity: Can Democracy Save Itself? Ronald Ingelhart, Foreign Affairs
Syria - Trump Scraps New Sanctions Against Russia, Overruling Advisers, Peter Baker, The New York Times
Syria - After the Syria Strike, a Strategy, Ryan Crocker & Michael O’Hanlon, The Wall Street Journal
Syria - President Trump’s Syria Strikes Are Not About Syria, Robert M. Danin, Council on Foreign Relations
Syria - Iranian-Backed Militias Set Sights on U.S. Forces, Borzou Daragahi, Foreign Policy
Cyber Security - Advisory: Russian State-Sponsored Cyber Actors Targeting Network Infrastructure Devices, National Cyber Security Centre
Digital - Why Europe, not Congress, will rein in big tech, Michael Birnbaum & Tony Romm, The Washington Post
France/US - The French-American Alliance in an America-First Era, Jeff Lightfoot, Atlantic Council
Geo-Economics - Geo-Economics as Concept and Practice in International Relations: Surveying the State of the Art, Mikael Wigell & Sören Scholvin, Finnish Institute of International Affairs
Germany/Hungary - Merkel’s shameful silence, Politico
Sweden - Sweden’s violent reality is undoing a peaceful self-image, Paulina Neuding, Politico

 
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