The Asia Security Initiative equips the transatlantic community to "pivot" to the Asia-Pacific and to position the Atlantic Council to serve as the essential link between high-level transatlantic and Asian leaders and thinkers on crucial current and future issues in international security.
The Atlantic Council's Cyber Statecraft Initiative helps foster international cooperation and understanding of new forms of competition and conflict in cyberspace through global engagement and thought leadership.
This program seeks to empower the next generation of Pakistan's leaders. The program identifies, cultivates, and supports young people in Pakistan who have the potential of becoming future leaders by providing resources and opportunities to strengthen their engagement within civil society. This program is supported by the US Embassy in Islamabad through Meridian International Center, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, and the Hashoo Group in Pakistan.
The Atlantic Council, building on the solid track record of its Energy and Environment Program
and its Dinu Patriciu Eurasia Center
in working on energy and regional issues, assembled a top-notch group of experts with wide-ranging experience and background in government, academia, think tanks, and industry. The Eurasian Energy Futures team helps decision-makers engage with stakeholders from industry, government, and NGOs and chart a course for sustainable development and trade of global energy resources. We work together with key political leaders, thinkers, analysts, and the top industrial players in the United States, Europe, and Eurasia to lead a strategic debate on the future of energy markets, produce papers on strategic Eurasian energy issues, and organize roundtable discussions, strategy sessions, workshops, and multi-day conferences.
This project, chaired by Ambassador Stuart Eizenstat, seeks to perform a comprehensive analysis of Iran's internal political landscape—as well as its role in the region and globally. Through Atlantic Council issue briefs, reports, and public and private meetings with key experts on Iran, the Task Force seeks to answer the question of whether there are elements within the country and region that can build the basis for an improved relationship with the West and how these elements, if they exist, could be utilized by US policymakers. The objective is to develop an accurate assessment of the challenges we face.
Established in 2012 as a core practice area of the Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security at the Atlantic Council, the Middle East Peace and Security Initiative brings together thought leaders and experts from the policy, business, and civil society communities to design innovative strategies to tackle present and future challenges in the region.
The Atlantic Council's Strategic Foresight Initiative seeks to navigate this uncertainty and provide guideposts for moving the world toward desired outcomes. Established in 2011 as a core practice of the Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security at the Atlantic Council, the Strategic Foresight Initiative is an international hub for global trends and strategic foresight experts and leaders from governments, businesses, think tanks, and universities in the United States and other key countries that aims to enhance futures analysis and policymaking through a better understanding of the challenges and opportunities ahead.
The initiative develops actionable foresight by identifying and assessing long-term, emerging global trends; connecting them to current challenges to inform policy and draw implications for strategy; and designing innovative strategies to reach desired future scenarios.
In 2013, the Atlantic Council and C. Boyden Gray Fellow Chris Brummer launched the Transatlantic Finance Initiative (TFI) in order to conduct a meaningful discussion on international financial, fiscal, and monetary regulation. Under TFI, the Atlantic Council provides a platform and opportunity for regulators and financial market participants to better understand the nature of these challenges, and to act as an interface for Brussels, Washington, and Wall Street.
The Transatlantic Security Initiative shapes and influences the debate on the greatest security challenges facing the North Atlantic Alliance and its key partners.