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Jun 28, 2022

Stoltenberg takes on climate change and Turkey’s blockade of Sweden and Finland as NATO summit opens

By Daniel Malloy

Opening the NATO Public Forum, Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg vowed to slash the organization's emissions in response to the climate challenge and said Turkey's terrorism concerns are "legitimate."

Climate Change & Climate Action Defense Policy

New Atlanticist

Jun 27, 2022

Can price caps on Russian oil tame the Kremlin? Our experts debate.

By Edward Fishman, Brian O’Toole, Mark Mozur, and Charles Lichfield

Atlantic Council experts weigh in on whether a G7-driven price cap on Russian oil will have the intended effect.

Economic Sanctions Economy & Business

New Atlanticist

Jun 24, 2022

Sanctioning Russia is a long game. Here’s how to win.

By Brian O’Toole, Daniel Fried

When it comes to piling economic pressure on Russia, the United States and Europe still have plenty of options left.

Economic Sanctions Economy & Business

New Atlanticist

Jun 24, 2022

Russian War Report: Pro-Kremlin Russian outlet refers to Russian troops in Mariupol as ‘occupiers’ 

By Digital Forensic Research Lab

News outlet Moskovsky Komsomolets published an article that referred to Russian soldiers in Mariupol as "occupiers," but it was quickly deleted. Meanwhile, fires strike Russian oil and power plants, and Chinese media report on Russia-Lithuania dispute.

China Conflict

New Atlanticist

Jun 24, 2022

Seven trends to watch as the world’s richest countries get together

By the GeoEconomics Center

From inflation to sanctions, these are the key questions facing the G7 countries—which represent around half the global economy—at their upcoming summit.

Digital Currencies Economic Sanctions

New Atlanticist

Jun 24, 2022

Turkey and NATO are stronger with each other. They must de-thorn their relationship.

By Alper Coşkun

Irritants that have weighed down the relationship between Ankara and its allies must be addressed sooner than later.

Defense Policy European Union

Fast Thinking

Jun 23, 2022

FAST THINKING: The EU gives Ukraine a shot at membership. What’s next for Kyiv?

By Atlantic Council

While candidacy is an important symbolic gesture when Ukraine is under attack from Russia, EU membership is far from a done deal for Kyiv.

Democratic Transitions European Union

New Atlanticist

Jun 23, 2022

EU vice-president takes on disinformation: ‘We need to end the digital Wild West’

By Dan Peleschuk

Věra Jourová, vice-president of the European Commission for values and transparency, delved into the dangers of disinformation at the Atlantic Council’s EU-US Defense & Future Forum.

Disinformation European Union

New Atlanticist

Jun 22, 2022

Russia’s war is making energy a new battlefield. What can the US and EU do about it?

By Nick Fouriezos

European and US leaders discussed the new energy landscape at the Atlantic Council’s EU-US Defense & Future Forum.

Energy & Environment European Union

New Atlanticist

Jun 22, 2022

Top EU official ‘optimistic’ about Ukrainian membership move this week

By Nick Fouriezos

Secretary General of the European External Action Service Stefano Sannino and US Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman appeared at the Atlantic Council's EU-US Defense & Future Forum.

European Union Politics & Diplomacy