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Transatlantic Must-Reads
October 2nd, 2017

Europe, Middle East, Nordics, Nuclear, Spain, Sweden, Terrorism, Trade, Ukraine, US

Featured CTR Commentary 

Nordics/USBring a Nordic Edge to the United States, Andras Simonyi, Huffington Post
Ukraine ‘Experts’ in the West and Putin’s Military Aggression: A New Academic ‘Orientalism’? Taras Kuzio, Cicero Foundation


US - Mass shooting on the Strip stuns Las Vegas; 58 dead, 515 injured, Jack Valley, Megan Messerly, Nevada Independent
What Americans Think About ‘America First’, Dina Smeltz, Ivo H. Daalder, Karl Friedhoff, Craig Kafura, Chicago Council on Global Affairs
US -
Each county in the United States, ranked by economic distress, Christopher Ingraham, Washington Post
Want to Know What Divides This Country? Come to Alabama, Diane McWhorter, New York Times 
US/Trade -
Shifts in U.S. Merchandise Trade, 2016, U.S. International Trade Commission
5 takeaways from a manic Sunday in Catalonia, Diego Torres, Politico
Middle East
Kurds Voted. So Is the Middle East Breaking Up? Robin Wright, New Yorker
North Korea -
Five Factors That Could Lead to War with North Korea, Hitoshi Tanaka, East Asia Insights
The Effects of a Single Terrorist Nuclear Bomb, Matthew Bunn and Nickolas Roth, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
UK regulator weighs temporary licences for overseas groups after Brexit, Caroline Binham, Financial Times
Europe -
The Disastrous Decline of the European Center-Left, Sheri Berman, New York Times
Why Does Sweden Have So Many Start-Ups? Alana Semuels, The Atlantic

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