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Transatlantic Must-Reads
October 12th, 2017

Central Europe, Digital, Eastern Europe, Energy, Europe, Germany, Iran, Migration, Ukraine, US

Europe/Iran - Europe Strains to Keep United Front on Iran Deal, Laurence Norman, Wall Street Journal
Digital -
Digital Economy Outlook 2017, OECD 
Digital -
Russia’s Facebook ads show how Internet microtargeting can be weaponized, Sara Watson, Washington Post
Digital -
Maritime Cyber Security: No Substitute for Testing, Chronis Kapalidis, Chatham House
Central/Eastern Europe
Eastern and Central Europe’s Strategic Provincialism, Andreas Umland, Carnegie Europe
Central/Eastern Europe -
Central and Eastern Europe’s Pushback Against Sanctions on Russia, Dimitar Bechev
Germany/US
“In Spite of it All, America’, Manifesto appearing in Die Zeit
Europe -
How to beat populism in Europe, Philip Stephens, Financial Times
US/Energy
Why the US east coast imports oil despite shale boom, Gregory Meyer, Financial Times
US/Africa -
America's shadow war in Africa, Wesley Morgan and Bryan Bender, Politico
US/Turkey
Erdogan's High-Stakes Game, Henri J. Barkey, American Interest
Germany/Defense
Jumping Over Its Shadow. Germany and the Future of European Defense, Paul Taylor, Friends of Europe
Migration -
Italy's u-turn on migration: Polls come first, Stefano Torelli, ECFR 
Migration -
The Barriers Stopping Poor People From Moving to Better Jobs, Alana Semuels, The Atlantic
Ukraine -
The Trouble With Arming Ukraine - Sending Lethal Weapons Would Backfire, Rajan Menon and William Ruger, Foreign Affairs

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