Event RecapMar 24, 2023
Trajectories of Iraqi youth two decades after the 2003 invasion: Between aspirations and reality
By Britt Gronemeyer
On March 20, 2023, the Atlantic Council’s Iraq Initiative hosted a discussion with a number of young Iraqi civil society activists and prospective leaders to reflect on the 20th anniversary of the 2003 Iraq invasion.
SouthAsiaSourceMar 22, 2023
Experts react: Elections postponed in Pakistan’s Punjab province
By South Asia Center and other experts
On March 22, 2023, the Election Commission of Pakistan announced a decision to delay elections in Punjab, the country’s most populous province. We asked experts to react to this decision.
SouthAsiaSourceMar 20, 2023
Who is behind the killings of Kashmiri militants in Pakistan?
Editor’s note: We have decided to retract this article because it did not go through the Atlantic Council's standard editorial process prior to publication and therefore did not meet our editorial standards. We regret the error.
Event RecapMar 20, 2023
Decarbonization solutions for addressing Europe’s green industrial policy challenge
By Transform Europe Initiative
The Atlantic Council, the German Council on Foreign Relations, and Groupe d'études géopolitiques were honored to host "Decarbonization solutions for addressing Europe's green industrial policy challenge," a high-level workshop on decarbonization with Laurence Boone, Secretary of State for European Affairs at the French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs, among others.
In the NewsMar 19, 2023
Binnendijk in Global Politics and Strategy: Towards Nuclear Stewardship with China
By Hans Binnendijk
Binnendijk and Gompert argue that with the rising risk of complex crises and military escalation in the Pacific region, the United States should invite China into a process of nuclear restraint and confidence-building, called ‘nuclear stewardship.' This process could start with a joint bilateral declaration that neither superpower would use nuclear weapons first against the other or its formal allies.
Event RecapMar 17, 2023
Prioritizing response and recovery for US persons wrongfully detained abroad
By Britt Gronemeyer and Alana Mitias
On February 15, the Atlantic Council’s Strategic Litigation Project held a discussion about the United States’ approach to cases of wrongful detentions abroad, how strategies can be improved, and ways to better support the families of those detained.
Event RecapMar 14, 2023
The energy and climate challenge: How Europe can achieve decarbonization
By Transform Europe Initiative
The Atlantic Council proudly co-hosted with the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP) “A Grand Bargain for Europe’s energy and climate challenge,” a workshop on the European Union’s energy and climate policy from a geopolitical perspective.
EnergySourceMar 14, 2023
Harmonizing hydrogen ambitions and realities
By William Tobin, Joseph Webster
Hydrogen's chemical properties determine its most optimal uses. Policymakers should orient deployment toward areas in which hydrogen makes the most sense as a tool for decarbonization and away from areas in which it does not.