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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
Ukraine ‘Experts’ in the West and Putin’s Military Aggression: A New Academic ‘Orientalism’? Taras Kuzio, Cicero Foundation

Must-Reads 

US - Mass shooting on the Strip stuns Las Vegas; 58 dead, 515 injured, Jack Valley, Megan Messerly, Nevada Independent
US
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
US
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
Spain
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
Nuclear/Terrrorism
The Effects of a Single Terrorist Nuclear Bomb, Matthew Bunn and Nickolas Roth, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
UK
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
Sweden
Why Does Sweden Have So Many Start-Ups? Alana Semuels, The Atlantic
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