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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Monday, April 24th, 2017


France, Russia, Nationalism, West, US, Germany, Turkey, Syria, Economy, Digital, Democracy, NATO, UK, Trade

France - How the Election Split France, New York Times
France -
6 takeaways from French election’s first round, Pierre Briançon, Politico Europe
France, Russia -
How Russia hacked the French election, Laura Daniels, Politico Europe
Nationalism -
The End of the Postnational Illusion, Ghia Nodia, Journal of Democracy
West -
The Crisis of Western Civ, David Brooks, New York Times
Will the Government Be Open in a Week? Here Are the Dividing Lines, Matt Flegenheimer and Thomas Kaplan, New York Times
US -
The Populist Moment, William A. Galston, Journal of Democracy
Germany, Turkey -
Why German Turks Voted for the Autocrat Far Away, Jochen Bittner, New York Times
Syria -
Syria Changed the World, Ann Barnard, New York Times
Economy -
A crowded global jobs market is braced for 1bn more workers, Sarah Murray, Financial Times
Digital -
The Coming Technology Policy Debate, Michael J. Boskin, Project Syndicate
Digital, Democracy -
Can Democracy Survive the Internet? Nathaniel Persily, Journal of Democracy
NATO: Assessing the Alliance’s Counter-Terrorism Efforts, Hajnalka Vincze, Jamestown Foundation
UK, Trade -
Brexiting Swiss-style: The best possible UK-EU trade deal, John Springford, Centre for European Reform


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