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Transatlantic Must-Reads
May 29th, 2018
 China, Digital, EU, Euro, Europe, Freedom, Germany, Global, Greece, Iran, Italy, Poland, Trade, Turkey, UK, US
 
Must-Reads
Global - The Post-War Order Is Over, Victor Davis Hanson, National Review
Iran - The secret nuclear weapons program of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards, Hans Rühle, Asia Times
UK - In Britain, Austerity is Changing Everything, Peter S. Goodman, The New York Times
EU - Europe’s losing streak, Matthew Kaminski, Politico EU
Europe - How to Save Europe, George Soros, Project Syndicate
Europe/US - Why Europeans Turned Against Trump, Richard Wike, The Atlantic
US - The alarming statistics that show the U.S. economy is not as good as it seems, Heather Long, The Washington Post
US/Trade - On trade, NAFTA trumps everything, Derek Scissors, American Enterprise Institute
Trade - Trade creates losers. Here’s how to help them, Swati Dhingra, The Economist
Poland/US - Proposal for a Permanent U.S. Presence in Poland, Government of Poland
Freedom - International Religious Freedom Report, U.S. Department of State
Digital - The Next Privacy Battle in Europe is Over this New Law, Natasha Singer, The New York Times
Digital - Data Subjects of the World, Unite! Atossa Araxia Abrahamian, The New York Times
Digital - Fascism is back. Blame the Internet, Timothy Snyder, The Washington Post
Digital - Do Not Sell My Personal Information: California Eyes Data Privacy Measure, Laura Sydell, National Public Radio
Germany/China - Chinese Expansion has Germany on the Defensive, Der Spiegel
Greece - Rebuilding the ruins: A critical task for the Greek economy enters a new phase, The Economist
Italy - Stillborn: Italy’s new government collapses before even getting started, The Economist
Euro - The euro must be made more robust to rival the dollar, Wolfgang Münchau, Financial Times
Turkey - Recep Tayyip Erdogan: Turkey’s strongman grapples with the markets, Laura Pitel, Financial Times

 
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