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Transatlantic Must-Reads
May 3rd, 2018
 Afghanistan, Armenia, Arms Control, Brazil, Democracy, Digital, EU, Georgia, Iran, Israel, Security, US
Democracy - The Age of Insecurity: Can Democracy Save Itself? Ronald Inglehart, Foreign Affairs
EU/Brazil - The Economic Agenda between Brazil and the EU: Prospects for a Bilateral and Global Upgrading, Anna Ayuso & Susanne Gratius, Instituto Affari Internazionali
EU/Iran - EU draws up Iran plan B amid jitters over nuclear deal, Michael Peel & Najmeh Bozorgmehr, Financial Times
EU/US - Europe Has No Clue How to Handle an American Bully, Stephen M. Walt, Foreign Policy
US - America is more diverse than ever - but still segregated, Aaron Williams & Armand Emamdjomeh, The Washington Post
Afghanistan - There’s no stopping the American forever war, Ishaan Tharoor, The Washington Post
Arms Control - Disarmageddon: Despite North Korea, arms control is unravelling, The Economist
Israel - Israel's Costly Neglect, Khaled Elqindy, Foreign Affairs
Security - Speed and security: Promises, Perils, and Paradoxes of Accelerating Everything, Kathryn E Bouskill, Seifu Chonde & William Welser IV, RAND Corporation
Digital - Innovation on Cyber Collaboration: Leverage at Scale, Jason Healey, Atlantic Council
Georgia - Between a Rock and a Hard Place? Georgia’s Regional Balancing Act, Tracey German, Georgian Institute of Politics
Armenia - Armenia escapes its post-Soviet malaise, David Ignatius, The Washington Post

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