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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

New Atlanticist

Dec 4, 2023

The shocking Dutch election is done. The political maneuvering is just beginning.

By Lisa Homel

The victory of Geert Wilders’s far-right party sent shockwaves. Here are the challenges the PVV leader will face in forming his government.

Elections European Union

New Atlanticist

Dec 3, 2023

Hillary Clinton, Reema Nanavaty, and Eleni Myrivili on gender-responsive solutions for extreme heat

By Daniel Hojnacki

At an Atlantic Council event at COP28, the former US secretary of state discussed the importance of empowering women to develop innovations for extreme heat resilience.

Economy & Business Resilience & Society

New Atlanticist

Dec 1, 2023

What to expect in the next phase of Israel’s war against Hamas 

By Alex Plitsas

After a pause in fighting ended Friday, Israel will press ahead with a southern Gaza campaign that will face new challenges.

Conflict Israel

New Atlanticist

Dec 1, 2023

Why India could play a pivotal role as climate mediator

By Rachel Rizzo, Théophile Pouget-Abadie

COP28 is a good opportunity for India to begin to flex its climate muscles on the world stage.

China Climate Change & Climate Action

New Atlanticist

Dec 1, 2023

Don’t stop now. US aid to Ukraine continues to be a wise investment.

By Michael John Williams

Cutting off aid to Ukraine now, as some in Congress propose, would undermine the immediate war effort in Europe and diminish the deterrent power of US military force globally.

Conflict Politics & Diplomacy

New Atlanticist

Nov 30, 2023

Milei is backing away from his radical dollarization idea. What options does Argentina have? 

By Martin Mühleisen

The incoming president’s campaign pledge to move Argentina to the US dollar seems less and less likely in the near term.

Economy & Business Elections

New Atlanticist

Nov 30, 2023

Live expertise from COP28 as the world tries to join together in the fight against climate change

By Atlantic Council experts

Our experts have been dispatched to Dubai, where they'll be analyzing how global leaders respond to the greatest challenges posed by climate change.

Climate Change & Climate Action Energy Transitions

New Atlanticist

Nov 30, 2023

Kissinger was the model for national security adviser as strategist

By Matthew Kroenig

Kissinger’s influence may owe less to any single foreign policy accomplishment and more to the endurance and density of his contributions.

Politics & Diplomacy
People look out of the window of a house on a flooded street following a storm in the village of Pribrezhe, Crimea November 28, 2023. REUTERS/Alexey Pavlishak

New Atlanticist

Nov 30, 2023

Russian War Report: Pro-Kremlin surrogates accuse the US of using ‘climate weapons’ in Crimea

By Digital Forensic Research Lab

Following a severe storm in the Black Sea heavily impacted Crimea, pro-Kremlin sources circulated a conspiracy suggesting the US used a weather weapon.

Artificial Intelligence Climate Change & Climate Action