Security and Defense
War in Ukraine
Experts from across the Atlantic Council are closely tracking Russia’s war on Ukraine, launched this February after a months-long military build-up. What does this moment mean for Ukraine’s sovereignty, Europe’s security, and the United States’ leadership?
Four (updated) ways the war in Ukraine might end
Four months later, Scowcroft Center experts reexamine their forecasts and suggest how to amend them in light of recent developments.
Vogue diplomacy: First Lady Olena Zelenska is Ukraine’s secret weapon
Ukraine’s First Lady Olena Zelenska has recently sparked debate by posing for a Vogue photo shoot with celebrity photographer Annie Leibovitz that some slammed as frivolous but others praised as a soft power masterstroke.
Celebrating our 60th anniversary
We’re taking stock of six decades of work to promote US cooperation with allies on the world’s defining challenges, deliver relevant insight at speed to policymakers and the public, and shape a peaceful and prosperous global future.
The Atlantic Council galvanizes US leadership and worldwide engagement, in collaboration with allies and partners, to shape solutions to global challenges.
The Atlantic Council at 60
Enriched by its past, energized by its present, and equipped for the future.
By John F.W. Rogers and Frederick Kempe
The Atlantic Council in 2021
In the face of great challenges, this annual report underscores how our community is buoyed by the conviction that we have the talent, imagination, and expertise to contribute to a better world.