New Atlanticist

Jun 20, 2024

How the far right could shape the future of the European Parliament

By Joely Virzi

Big questions remain around what Alternative for Germany, Hungary’s Fidesz party, and Brothers of Italy will do next.

Elections Europe & Eurasia

Inflection Points Today

Jun 20, 2024

The troubling significance of Putin’s Pyongyang deal

By Frederick Kempe

The Russian president was feted in North Korea this week, showing how a confederation of autocracies is emerging to support the Kremlin’s war in Ukraine and each other.

Conflict Korea


Jun 18, 2024

US-Mexico energy cooperation is vital to enable nearshoring

By William Tobin

As the United States seeks to nearshore supply chains, Mexico's energy sector presents a valuable opportunity for collaboration. By easing regulations on the private sector, Mexico can facilitate US energy investment without impeding its own vision for growth.

Energy & Environment Energy Markets & Governance


Jun 17, 2024

Atlantic Council announces 2024 cohort of Women Leaders in Energy and Climate Fellowship

The Atlantic Council’s Global Energy Center announced today the selection of its 2024 cohort of fellows for its Women Leaders in Energy and Climate Fellowship. This one-year, nonresident fellowship is designed for early- to mid-career women leaders in the energy and climate sectors who aim to deepen their policy expertise and professional development.

China-MENA Podcast

Jun 17, 2024

Unpacking Influence: China’s Impact on US Strategy in the Middle East

By Atlantic Council

Dana Stroul joins us to unpack China's impact on US strategy in the Middle East and North Africa, and delve into the strategic significance of 5G technology and cloud computing.

Economy & Business Energy & Environment


Jun 14, 2024

Will the new Parliament change Europe’s course on energy security and climate?

By András Simonyi, Olga Khakova, Pau Ruiz Guix, Andrei Covatariu, and Elena Benaim

The recent European Parliament elections signal a shift in EU energy policy toward energy security and competitiveness. To ensure that climate remains on the agenda, European policymakers must deliver on existing commitments and deepen global climate cooperation.

Energy Transitions European Union

Fast Thinking

Jun 13, 2024

Ukraine’s fight against Russia gets three boosts from the G7

By Atlantic Council

Fifty billion dollars, a new US-Ukraine security agreement, and more sanctions on Russia. Atlantic Council experts delve into the latest developments from Italy.

Conflict Economic Sanctions

Inflection Points

Jun 12, 2024

A Putin summer surprise for NATO? Worries are growing.

By Frederick Kempe

The Russian president likely wants to undercut NATO’s upcoming summit in Washington. The Alliance should ready a surprise of its own.

Conflict Europe & Eurasia

Atlantic Debrief

Jun 11, 2024

#AtlanticDebrief – What’s behind President Macron’s snap election decision? | A Debrief from Amb. Gérard Araud

Ilva Tare sits down with Ambassador Gérard Araud to discuss the implications of the dissolution of the French National Assembly and the call for a parliamentary snap election.

Elections European Union

New Atlanticist

Jun 11, 2024

Setting the European Parliament elections in the ‘right’ context

By Jörn Fleck, James Batchik

The center-right European People’s Party, not the far- and hard-right parties, was the biggest winner of the elections.

Elections European Union