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Jul 3, 2024

Caspian contributions to energy security in Europe

By John M. Roberts and Julian Bowden

This issue brief explores the potential for Caspian region fossil fuel developments to meet Europe's energy needs, considering regional factors and challenges.

Central Asia Europe & Eurasia

Balkans Debrief

Jul 3, 2024

#BalkansDebrief – Where next for Serbian foreign policy? | A Debrief with Igor Bandovic and Nikola Burazer

In this episode of #BalkansDebrief, Nonresident Senior Fellow Ilva Tare speaks with Igor Bandovic and Nikola Burazer about Serbia's current foreign policy and security challenges.

Civil Society Europe & Eurasia

Atlantic Debrief

Jul 2, 2024

#AtlanticDebrief – What can we expect from the UK elections? | A Debrief from Ed Owen

Jörn Fleck sits down Ed Owen, founder of the Power Test podcast, to preview the election and discuss implications for UK politics, policymaking and transatlantic cooperation.  

Elections Europe & Eurasia

Atlantic Debrief

Jul 2, 2024

#AtlanticDebrief – What happened in the first round of the French snap elections? | A Debrief with Amb. Gérard Araud

Jörn Fleck sits down with Ambassador Gérard Araud to unpack the first round of the French snap elections and implications for French and EU politics.

Elections Europe & Eurasia

New Atlanticist

Jul 1, 2024

Will Macron be the undoing of European centrist politics?

By Jörn Fleck

Results from the first round of the French snap parliamentary elections show that the president's previously successful strategy of scaring voters about the potential of the right and left is falling flat.

Elections European Union

Eye on Europe's elections

Jun 29, 2024

Your primer on the United Kingdom’s general elections

By Nicole Lawler, Livia Godaert

As the United Kingdom heads to the polls on July 4, our experts break down the key issues and dynamics at play.

Elections Politics & Diplomacy

Issue Brief

Jun 28, 2024

Los Angeles and California: Environmental policy as a catalyst for cleantech ecosystems 

By Peter Engelke

California and Los Angeles have addressed climate change through innovative policymaking and technology, but face challenges which could undermine their success as leaders in tech and climate innovation.

Energy & Environment United States and Canada

New Atlanticist

Jun 28, 2024

Experts react: What to expect from the European Union’s new leadership

By Atlantic Council experts

Ursula von der Leyen is one step closer to a second term as European Commission president, and António Costa and Kaja Kallas are also closing in on top jobs in the European Union. Atlantic Council experts size up the trio.

Elections European Union

Eye on Europe's elections

Jun 27, 2024

Your primer on France’s snap elections

By Atlantic Council experts

Our experts are breaking down the biggest issues to watch and what the election might mean for France in a critical era for the transatlantic community.

Elections European Union

Inflection Points

Jun 27, 2024

Dispatch from Taiwan: Countering the Beijing strangler

By Frederick Kempe

Some Taiwanese officials worry less about a sudden Chinese military invasion than about slow strangulation by Beijing.

China Indo-Pacific

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