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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Tuesday, November 29th, 2016

Science, Iran US, Europe, Eastern Europe, Democracy, Digital, France, Sweden, Energy

 

Science - CRISPR gene editing tested in a person, David Cyranowski, Nature

Iran - Taking the Lead. How the EU, Russia, and China can protect the Iran nuclear deal, Ali Vaez, Berlin Policy Journal

US - Hillary Clinton Must Demand Recounts in Michigan And Pennsylvania As Well As Wisconsin, Robert Hunter, Huffington Post

US/Europe - Donald Trump would lose from a break with Europe, Philip Stephens, Financial Times

US/Europe - Make America’s Allies Great Again, Jakub Grygiel, American Interest

Europe - Even without winning elections, populists are setting the European Union’s agenda, The Economist

Eastern Europe - Between Putin and Trump, Linda Kinstler, The Atlantic

Democracy - How Stable Are Democracies? ‘Warning Signs Are Flashing Red’, Amanda Taub, New York Times

Digital - Facebook Runs up Against German Hate Speech Laws, Mark Scott and Melissa Eddy, New York Times

France - The bear in the room: François Fillon and the lurch towards Russia, Manuel Lafont Rapnouil, ECFR

France - Global Paris. Profiling the Region's International Competitiveness and Connections, Joseph Parilla, Nick Marchio, Jesus Leal Trujillo, Brookings 

Sweden - Global Stockholm. Profiling the Capital Region's International Competitiveness and Connections, Joseph Parilla, Jesus Leal Trujillo, Nick Marchio and Katherine Kho, Brookings

Energy - An Oil-Price War’s Surprise Ending, Thomas W. O'Donnell, Berlin Policy Journal

 

 

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