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Transatlantic Must-Reads
April 26th, 2018
 China, Defense, Democracy, Digital, Economy, EU, France, Germany, Global, Nuclear, Russia, Syria, Technology, UK, US, West

Featured CTR Commentary
Russia/Syria - Moscow Meets Syria Attack with Bluster and Relief, Donald N. Jensen, Center for European Policy Analysis
 
Must-Reads
France/US - French President Emmanuel Macron addresses U.S. Congress, Embassy of France in the US
Global -
Networked Geopolitics, Joseph Verbovszky, American Academy Berlin
Russia/China/West -
Who Will Win the New Great Game? Jochen Bittner, The New York Times
Digital -
The digital economy is disrupting our old models, Diane Coyle, Financial Times

EU/Digital - The EU as a Force for Peace in International Cyber Diplomacy, Annegret Bendiek, German Institute for International and Security Affairs
Germany -
After Donald Trump's America First, Angela Merkel's Germany First, Philip Stephens, Financial Times
Germany -
The Roots of German Radicalism, Lyman Stone, The American Interest
Germany/France -
Germany towards France: superficial compromises and structural differences, Kamil Frymark & Konrad Poplawski, The Center for Eastern Studies
UK/EU/Defense -
Plugging in the British: EU defense policy, Sophia Besch, Center for European Reform
Technology/Nuclear -
How Might Artificial Intelligence Affect the Risk of Nuclear War? Edward Geist & Andrew J. Lohn, RAND
Technology -
Maximizing the benefits of artificial intelligence, European Commission
Economy - How the Innovation Economy Leads to Growth, A Hearing for the Joint Economic Committee of the U.S. Congress, Darrell M. West, Brookings Institution
Technology -
Keep CRISPR Safe, Amy Gutmann & Jonathan D. Moreno, Foreign Affairs
Democracy -
Why Democracy Doesn't Deliver, Dambisa Moyo, Foreign Policy

 
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