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Transatlantic Must-Reads
July 25th 2017

Poland, Baltics, China, Iran, Digital, Finance, Germany, UN, Africa, Europe, US, Trade, Russia Populism

Must Reads

Poland - How Poland’s government is weakening democracy, The Economist
Poland -
Poland Turns Away From Democracy, Thanks to the U.S., Slawomir Sierakowski, New York Times
Duda’s defiance leads Poland into new territory, James Shotter, Financial Times
Baltics/China -
Chinese warships join Russia in Baltic naval drill, Kathrin Hille, Financial Times
How Trump Should Handle Iran, Eric Edelman and Charles Wald, Politico
Digital -
The battlefield is everywhere in the digital age, John Thornhill, Financial Times 
Digital -
Assessing trans-Atlantic data protections one year after Privacy Shield, Jack Karsten, Brookings
Finance -
Steven Mnuchin’s bank reforms carry a warning for Europe, Huw van Steenis, Financial Times 
More German ‘Blue Helmets’, Markus Kaim and Lena Strauß, SWP
Africa/Europe -
Containing Illicit Flows at African Borders: Pitfalls for Europe, Judith Vorrath, SWP
‘Made in America.’ So What? Kevin Williamson, National Review
US/Russia -
Why It’s Hard to Take Democrats Seriously on Russia, James Kirchik, Politico
Populism -
Market Parables and the Economics of Populism, Jonathan Slefer, Foreign Affairs

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