EconographicsJun 17, 2022
The Fed has regained the initiative, but at a cost
By Hung Tran
The Fed may well have been right in taking forceful actions now to fight inflation after failing to control it, but such actions add to the challenges experienced by economies around the world.
Trackers and Data VisualizationsJun 16, 2022
Visualizing the NATO Strategic Concept: Five ways to look at the Alliance’s future
By Atlantic Council experts
We asked our experts: With so much happening in the global arena, what topics will be featured in NATO's Strategic Concept - and how should the Alliance think about addressing them?
In the NewsJun 16, 2022
Williams in the New York Times: middle power nations want to maintain strategic autonomy and will not easily cozy up to the US regarding Russia
By Michael John Williams
Michael John Williams was quoted in the New York Times asserting that middle power nations such as Brazil, India, Israel, and South Africa want to maintain their strategic autonomy and will not easily side with the US in opposing Russia.
Event RecapJun 16, 2022
Experts: Long neglected, the Black Sea is now a crucial piece of strategic puzzle
By Alvina Ahmed
On June, the Scowcroft Center's Transatlantic Security Initiative hosted a public conference discussing the importance of securitizing the Black Sea Region and US-Romanian bilateral relationship in light of the war in Ukraine.
Britain DebriefJun 15, 2022
#BritainDebrief – What future for the United States and Northern Ireland? A Debrief with Rep. Brendan Boyle
By Ben Judah
Senior Fellow Ben Judah spoke with US Representative Brendan Boyle to discuss what the United States can do in a mediator role between the Unionists and Irish Nationalists and also what future exists for Irish unification.
EnergySourceJun 14, 2022
Affordability, security, and emissions reductions: The sustainability trilemma
By Mohammed Sanusi Barkindo
OPEC Secretary General Mohammed Sanusi Barkindo offers his thoughts on the need for oil to be a part of the energy transition.
EconographicsJun 13, 2022
Quasi-state financial institutions and the Bretton Woods: A case for collaboration?
By Amin Mohseni-Cheraghlou
The emergence of new regional entities in global finance means the Bretton Woods Institutions are no longer the sole flag-bearers of economic development and financial stability.
SouthAsiaSourceJun 10, 2022
Negotiating with the Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan is a bad idea
By Syed Ali Zia Jaffery
Pakistan’s information minister confirmed ongoing peace talks between the government and the banned Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP). However, it is important to stress that this dialogue is not advantageous for Pakistan.