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Transatlantic Must-Reads
April 5th, 2018
 Armenia, China, Digital, Eastern Europe, EU, Europe, Georgia, Global, Hungary, Poland, Trade, UK, Ukraine, US
Global - How the world swapped a big idea for a bad one, Philip Stephens, Financial Times
Digital - Cambridge Analytica and Facebook: The Scandal and the Fallout So Far, The New York Times
US - Trump is Cutting Old Gordian Knots, Victor Davis Hanson, National Review
US - The Contract with Authoritarianism, Thomas B. Edsall, The New York Times
Ukraine - Former Trump aide approved 'black ops' to help Ukraine president, Luke Harding, The Guardian
Hungary - ‘Democracy’ Still Matters, Jan Müller, The New York Times
Hungary/Poland - The new communists, Lili Bayer, Politico
Eastern Europe - In Eastern Europe, the E.U. faces a rebellion more threatening than Brexit, Griff Witte & Michael Birnbaum, The Washington Post
Armenia - Will Armenia’s Transition Bring Change? Thomas de Waal, Carnegie Europe
EU/Georgia - Avoiding Gridlock: a Strategy for Georgia to Engage with Eurosceptic Europe, Bidzina Lebanidze & Elene Panchulidze, Georgia Institute of Politics
EU/UK - The future UK-EU relationship, House of Commons, Exiting the European Union Committee
UK/Trade - Why Britain's vision for post-Brexit trade deals is probably an illusion, Sam Lowe, Centre for European Reform
China/Europe - China’s relations with U.S. allies and partners in Europe, Thomas Wright & Thorsten Benner, Brookings
Trade - How Should the EU Position Itself in a Global Trade War? Guntram B. Wolff, Bruegel
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