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Transatlantic Must-Reads
April 6th, 2018
 China, Central Europe, Digital, Economy, EU, Europe, Hungary, Mexico, North Korea, Russia, Syria, Technology, Trade, UK, US
EU/Digital - The joys of data hygiene: Europe's tough new data-protection law, The Economist
US/EU/Digital - Copy that: America should borrow from Europe's data-privacy law, The Economist

US/UK/Trade - The elusive art of the deal, The Economist
US - Will We Stop Trump Before It’s Too Late? Madeleine K. Albright, The New York Times
North Korea - Perception and Misperception on the Korean Peninsula: How Unwanted Wars Begin, Robert Jervis & Mira Rapp-Hooper, Foreign Affairs
Syria - They Have Many Differences, but on Syria, Trump Seems Much Like Obama, Mark Landler, The New York Times
Syria - Control of the Syrian Airspace: Russian Geopolitical Ambitions and Air Threat Assessment, Can Kasapoğlu, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik
US/Russia - Trump Administration Imposes New Sanctions on Putin Cronies, Gardiner Harris, The New York Times
Mexico/Economy - Mexico's Election Could Leave Its Economy in Limbo - No Matter Who Wins, Shannon K. O’Neil, Council on Foreign Relations
China/US/Europe - China’s Relations with U.S. Allies and Partners in Europe, Testimony before U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, Erik Brattberg, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Technology - Facebook’s privacy push stumbles over EU rollout of facial recognition technology, Mark Scott & Naomi O'Leary, Politico
Hungary - Curb Your Enthusiasm: Even If Viktor Orbán Loses Sunday, Hungarian Democracy Is Still In Trouble, Jeffrey Gedmin, Atlantic Council
Central Europe - How Illiberal Leaders Attack Civil Society, Michael Abramowitz & Nate Schenkkan, Foreign Affairs
Russia/US - Elephants in the room: Don’t Blame Russia. Blame Putin. Dov Zakheim, Foreign Policy

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