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Transatlantic Must-Reads
December 6th, 2017
 Africa, Belarus, China, Democracy, EU, Europe, Finland, North Korea, Russia, US
CTR Commentary
Finland 100 years - Toward a More Inclusive National Identity – Lessons from Finland, Senni Salmi, Emanuel Örtengen
US - Why is Trump undoing decades of U.S. policy on Jerusalem? Shibley Telhami​, Brookings
Russia - Putin Confirms He Is Running for President, Neil MacFarquhar, NY Times
EU -
Is There Hope for EU Foreign Policy? Stefan Lehne, Carnegie
US -
Why the UN is investigating extreme poverty … in America, the world's richest nation, The Guardian 
North Korea -
Madeleine Albright: How to Protect the World From North Korea, NY Times
Democracy -
Despite concerns about global democracy, nearly six-in-ten countries are now democratic, Drew Desilver, Pew
EU/Africa -
Can Africa and the EU Forge a Partnership of Equals? Tighisti Amare, Paul Melly, Chatham House
China -
Artificial Intelligence and Chinese Power, Elsa Kania, Foreign Affairs
Two-speed Europe is a mistake, Politico, Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka
Europe -
The New Language of European Populism, Rogers Brubaker, Foreign Affairs
Belarus -
Why Belarus’s Leader Rejected a Long-Awaited Invitation to Brussels, Artyom Shraibman​, Carnegie Moscow


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