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Transatlantic Must-Reads
March 22nd, 2018
 Defense, Digital, EU, EU-UK, Europe, Italy, Russia, Security, Trade, UK, US,

Defense - How the U.S. Can Play Cyber-Offense, Michael Sulmeyer, Foreign Affairs
US - How Trump’s Protectionism Backfires, Eduardo Porter & Guilbert Gates, The New York Times

US - Foreign Investment and U.S. National Security, Jonathan Masters & James McBride, CFR
Digital - What Zuckerberg should do: Facebook faces a reputational meltdown, The Economist
Digital - How Europe’s data privacy rules could cut into Facebook’s revenues, Lex, Financial Times
EU - The Emerging Future: European Politics Is Turning French, Celia Berlin & Ted Reinert, The American Interest  
Trade - E.U., Brazil, South Korea and others get temporary exemptions from Trump's steel tariffs, Michael Birnbaum, The Washington Post

UK - Britain’s latest Brexit strategy: any deal will do, Philip Stephens, Financial Times
EU-UK/Security - Keeping Europe safe after Brexit, Marta Dassù, Wolfgang Ischinger, Pierre Vimont, Robert Cooper & Susi Dennison, ECFR
Europe - Europe Forgot What ‘Conservative’ Means, Jan-Werner Mueller, Foreign Policy
Italy/EU - What Italy’s Election Means for the EU, Lucrezia Reichlin, Project Syndicate

Russia - New sanctions on Russia are not enough, Alina Polyakova & Benjamin Haddad, Brookings
Russia - Is the West too soft on Putin? Ian Bond, CER

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