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Transatlantic Must-Reads
May 17th, 2018
 Armenia, China, Democracy, Digital, EU, Europe, Germany, Global, Iran, Middle East, Russia, Technology, Trade, US, Western Balkans
Technology/Global - How the Enlightenment Ends, Henry A. Kissinger, The Atlantic
Technology/Global - Artificial Intelligence, International Competition, and the Balance of Power, Michael C. Horowitz, Texas National Security Review
US - Trump vs. the “Deep State”, Evan Osnos, The New Yorker
US/EU/Trade - Europe’s leaders patch differences to tackle Trump on trade, Alex Barker and Jim Brunsden, Financial Times
US/EU/Iran - US and EU head for showdown over shutting Iran off from finance, Sam Fleming, Philip Stafford and Jim Brunsden, Financial Times
EU/Western Balkans - Engaging with the Western Balkans: An Investment in Europe’s Security, European Political Strategy Centre, European Commission
Trade - What a trade deal with China should focus on, Wendy Cutler, The Washington Post
Trade - Trade without Trump: The Way Forward, a European Perspective, Ferdinando Nelli Feroci, Instituto Affari Internazionali
Digital - Sharing Classified Cyber Threat Information With the Private Sector, Robert K. Knake, Council on Foreign Relations
Middle East/Europe/US - The Middle East’s new battle lines, Julien Barnes-Dacey, Ellie Geranmayeh & Hugh Lovatt, European Council on Foreign Relations
Europe/Democracy - Saving European Democracy Starts at Home, Kartik Raj & Benjamin Ward, Foreign Policy
Germany/Russia - Searching for a New Foundation for German-Russian Relations, Stefan Meister, Russian International Affairs Council
Russia/Armenia - Why Didn’t Putin Interfere in Armenia’s Velvet Revolution? His Support for Authoritarianism Abroad Has Limits, Lucan Ahmad Way, Foreign Affairs
- China Has Decided Russia Is Too Risky an Investment, Maximilian Heiss, Foreign Policy
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