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Transatlantic Must-Reads
February 22nd, 2018
 Balkans, Digital, Economy, EU, Germany, Global, Human Rights, Italy, Labor, Sweden, Syria, Technology, Turkey, US
US - The Year in Hate, Southern Poverty Law Center
US - Can the American project survive? The case for cautious optimism, Robert E. Litan, Brookings
US - What Does a True Populism Look Like? It Looks Like the New Deal, Dani Rodrik, The New York Times
Human Rights - Giving Up the High Ground. America’s Retreat on Human Rights, Sarah Margon, Foreign Affairs
Turkey/Syria - Why Turkey Says It’s Ready to Go to War With Syria Over Afrin, Sune Engel Rasmussen, Wall Street Journal
Italy - The Italian election's biggest winner is Europe: Italians are angry at Brussels, but for doing too little, not too much. Jacopo Barigazzi, Politico EU
Germany/EU - The Good European? Why Germany's Policy Ambitions must match its Power, Sophia Besch & Christian Odendahl, CER
Balkans - The Western Balkans on the road to the European Union, Marek Dabrowski & Yana Myachenkova, Bruegel
Sweden - Sweden is taking on Russian meddling ahead of fall elections. The White House might take note. Michael Birnbaum, The Washington Post
DigitalEconomic Impact of Cybercrime: No Slowing Down, James Andrew Lewis, McAfee/CSIS
Digital/Global - The Rise of Virtual Citizenship, James Bridle, The Atlantic 
Technology/LaborThe Internet and Jobs: Opportunities and ambiguous trends, Lorenzo Pupillo, Eli Noam & Leonard Waverman, CEPS

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