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New Atlanticist

Mar 1, 2024

Don’t let the ‘boots on the ground’ debate obscure the progress France is making on Ukraine

By Léonie Allard

Too much focus on the French president’s speculative comments about a potential Western military presence in Ukraine is a distraction from the concrete steps that European leaders made in Paris to support Kyiv. 

Conflict France

New Atlanticist

Feb 29, 2024

China has become an electric vehicle export behemoth. How should the US and EU respond?

By Joseph Webster

The United States and European countries need to better understand the security risks sensor-laden electric vehicles from China could pose.

Economy & Business Energy & Environment

New Atlanticist

Feb 29, 2024

Experts react: What Biden’s new executive order about Americans’ sensitive data really does

By Atlantic Council experts

US President Joe Biden just issued an executive order restricting the large-scale transfer of personal data to “countries of concern.” Atlantic Council experts share their insights.

Cybersecurity Digital Policy

New Atlanticist

Feb 29, 2024

It’s Italy’s time to cement itself as the indispensable Mediterranean nation

By Kaush Arha, Paolo Messa

Italy is poised to be Europe’s linchpin for connecting the free and open economies of the Med-Atlantic and Indo-Pacific.

Economy & Business Italy

New Atlanticist

Feb 28, 2024

Irregular migration starts well before the US southern border. Focus on the driving causes of the problem.

By María Eugenia Brizuela de Avila

The United States must work with other countries in the Western Hemisphere to address the economic and security factors that drive migration.

Caribbean Colombia

New Atlanticist

Feb 28, 2024

Prime Minister Succès Masra on Chad’s democratic transition and regional challenges

By Daniel Hojnacki

Speaking at the Atlantic Council, Masra outlined the transitional government’s priorities for building stronger and more inclusive democratic institutions.

Democratic Transitions North & West Africa

New Atlanticist

Feb 28, 2024

Palestinians need a reimagined payments system to rebuild their economy

By Ananya Kumar

A shekel-backed stablecoin is one tool that could aid in the reconstruction of Gaza and the wider strengthening of the Palestinian economy.

Digital Currencies Economy & Business

New Atlanticist

Feb 28, 2024

After 14 years in opposition, what might a Labour foreign policy look like?

By Francis Shin

UK Shadow Foreign Secretary David Lammy outlined a doctrine of "progressive realism" drawing on the Labour Party's past.

Elections Politics & Diplomacy

New Atlanticist

Feb 27, 2024

To combat Chinese cyber threats, the US must spearhead a new Indo-Pacific intelligence coalition

By Victor Atkins

Such a coalition would help disrupt cyber threats, signal US resolve, and ideally help deter future cyberattacks from China.

China Cybersecurity

New Atlanticist

Feb 26, 2024

Polish Foreign Minister Radosław Sikorski: ‘Helping Ukraine is not only a good deed. It’s also a good deal.’ 

By Radosław Sikorski

The United States must continue to back Ukraine and deepen its alliances to stop Putin's aggression and prevent a wider global conflict.

Defense Industry Defense Policy