Dec 6, 2023

Erdoğan’s rhetoric on the conflict in Gaza puts much more than the Israel-Turkey relationship at risk

By Tulin Daloglu

The president's shifted rhetoric towards Israel may impact Turkey's credibility in the region as a power broker.

Conflict Israel


Dec 6, 2023

The Israeli right-wing is determined to prevent any discussion of a future Palestinian state

By Ksenia Svetlova

Uri Israel is not the only right-wing movement that speaks and acts against the Palestinian Authority and warns about the possible menace of its return to the Gaza Strip. 

Israel Middle East

New Atlanticist

Dec 6, 2023

John Kerry unveils a ‘critical’ new US strategy to expand fusion energy

By Katherine Walla

"We need to pull ourselves together with every strength we have,” Kerry said on the first day of the Global Energy Forum.

Africa Climate Change & Climate Action

New Atlanticist

Dec 6, 2023

The world’s biggest energy exporters plot out the next steps toward net zero

By Nick Fouriezos

At the Global Energy Forum, key leaders of the Net-Zero Producers Forum laid out a vision from some of the world’s largest energy exporters for making progress on the world’s sustainability goals.

Climate Change & Climate Action Energy Transitions

New Atlanticist

Dec 5, 2023

Don’t expect much from the EU-China summit

By Colleen Cottle, Jörn Fleck

If this week's summit does prove to be as empty as anticipated, this should spark the EU to rethink its approach to these meetings.

China European Union


Dec 5, 2023

Fake history is a crucial weapon in Vladimir Putin’s bid to destroy Ukraine

By Ihor Smeshko

The invading Russian army is not the only enemy Ukraine faces; the Kremlin propaganda and false historical narratives that drive and justify the invasion are arguably just as deadly, writes Ihor Smeshko.

Conflict Disinformation

New Atlanticist

Dec 5, 2023

The Biden administration finally has a Black Sea security strategy. It’s what comes next that matters.

By Arnold C. Dupuy

The Biden administration’s strategy on Black Sea security is coming into focus. It will take time and strong partnerships to execute.

Crisis Management Eastern Europe


Dec 5, 2023

The Oil and Gas Decarbonization Charter is a start, but more work remains

By David L. Goldwyn, Andrea Clabough

Although the Oil and Gas Decarbonization Charter is laudable, the pace of change for this industry (as represented in this charter) is not fast enough, deep enough, or broad enough to materially address the yawning gap between the Paris commitments and the present Dubai reality.

Energy & Environment Energy Markets & Governance


Dec 5, 2023

2023 review: Ukraine scores key victories in the Battle of the Black Sea

By Oleksiy Goncharenko

The front lines of the Russian invasion in Ukraine have barely moved in 2023, but Ukraine has had far more success in the Black Sea, where it has broken Russia's blockade and forced Putin's fleet to retreat from Crimea, writes Oleksiy Goncharenko.

Conflict Drones

New Atlanticist

Dec 5, 2023

Meet Taiwan’s presidential candidates and their running mates

By Wen-Ti Sung, Lev Nachman

Expect to see these vice-presidential candidates front and center as the three parties change how they frame and run their campaigns.

Elections Taiwan