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Transatlantic Must-Reads
May 31st, 2018
 Azerbaijan, China, Digital, Europe, Global, Iran, Italy, Multilateralism, Russia, Spain, Trade, US, West
Trade - White House to Impose Metal Tariffs on Europe, Canada and Mexico, Risking Retaliation, Ana Swanson, The New York Times
Trade - Trump imposes tariffs on closest allies, Mexico and Europe announce retaliation, David J. Lynch, Damian Paletta & James McAuley, The Washington Post
US/China - Why China has to worry about a trade war with America, The Economist
US/Iran - The Complicated Geopolitics of U.S. Oil Sanctions on Iran, Amy Myers Jaffe, Council on Foreign Relations 
US/Europe - Trump and Europe: Atlantic Hurricane season? Ian Bond, Centre for European Reform 
Digital - EU data privacy laws are likely to create barriers to trade, Wilbur Ross, Financial Times
Digital - An American Alternative to Europe’s Privacy Law, Tim Wu, The New York Times
Digital - Supply Chain in the Software Era, Beau Woods & Andy Bochman, Atlantic Council 
US - The Reinvention of America, James Fallows, The Atlantic
Multilateralism - Key Issues Paper, OECD
Global - The world’s progress brings new challenges, Martin Wolf, Financial Times 
Italy How Draghi lost Italy, Jacopo Barigazzi, Politico EU
Italy - Panic, but not yet: Italy needs to be handled with care, The Economist
Spain - Stop tinkering at the margins and resolve Spain’s political crisis, Miriam González Durántez, Financial Times
West/Russia - Western Woland: Moscow’s Demons, Peter Pomerantsev, The American Interest
Russia - Putin's Secret Services: How the Kremlin Corralled the FSB, Andrei Soldatov, Foreign Affairs 
Azerbaijan - Why the West Needs Azerbaijan, Luke Coffey & Efgan Nifti, Foreign Policy
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