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Transatlantic Must-Reads
November 8th, 2017

China, Climate, Cybersecurity, Democracy, Digital, Energy, EU, Finland, Germany, NATO, Populism, Poverty, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Trade, UK, US 

Featured CTR Commentary

Energy/Transportation - Sustainable Mobility in the European Union: Alternative Fuels for Passenger Transport, Eloy Álvarez Pelegry, Jaime Menéndez Sánchez & Macarena Larrea Basterra, in Energy & Transportation in the Atlantic Basin, Paul Isbell & Eloy Álvarez Pelegry (editors)


US - Voters Deliver Victories to Democrats—and a Rebuke to Trump, David A. Graham, The Atlantic
Climate - Climate Science Special Report: 4th National Climate Assessment, U.S. Global Change Research Program
Poverty - Global poverty is declining but not fast enough, Homi Kharas and Wolfgang Fengler, Brookings
NATO - Future War NATO? From Hybrid War to Hyper War via Cyber War, John Allen, Philip M. Breedlove, Julian Lindley-French, George Zambellas, Globesec
Finland/US/NATO - Finland woos US with more muscular defense role, Reid Standish, Politico
Spain/EU - Catalonia: None of Europe’s Business, Fabrice Pothier, Politico  
Trade/China - China’s Technology Ambitions Could Upset the Global Trade Order, Jane Perlez, Paul Mozur and Jonathan Ansfield, New York Times
Trade/UK - Britain’s post-Brexit bind on trade, Alan Beattie, Financial Times
Trade/US Trade Policy Under President Trump Implications for the US and the World, Marianne Schneider-Petsinger, Chatham House
US/Saudi Arabia ​- The House of Trump and the House of Saud, Edward Luce, Financial Times
Populism Speaking to the Far Right, Ian Buruma, Project Syndicate
EU - Brave New Europe, Mark Leonard, New York Review of Books
Digital/EU - The Internet and Jobs: A giant opportunity for Europe​, William Echikson, CEPS
Germany Can Unions Stop the Far Right?, Vauhini Vara, The Atlantic
Cybersecurity/Democracy Democracy’s Eleventh Hour: Safeguarding Democratic Elections against Cyber-enabled Autocratic Meddling, Mika Aaltola, Finnish Institute of International Affairs


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