ReportMay 18, 2022
Squaring the energy transition circle in Southeast Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean
By Katerina Sokou
Achieving a smooth energy tradition, where energy security is assured and climate change is addressed, was always going to be a difficult puzzle. Yet in one of the most energy-dependent regions of Europe, Southeast Europe, Greece and the United States have been working closely together to both increase energy security and accelerate the green recovery.
ReportMay 11, 2022
China’s faltering “zero COVID” policy: Politics in command, economy in reverse
By Jeremy Mark, Michael Schuman
Could Beijing's doubling down on the "zero COVID" policy undermine the narrative of China’s superiority in responding to the pandemic—and the image and stature of Xi’s rule?
Annual ReportMay 10, 2022
Annual Report 2021/2022: The Atlantic Council has never been stronger—nor its mission more vital
By John F.W. Rogers, Frederick Kempe
The Atlantic Council has never been more robust operationally, substantively, or financially in its sixty-year history. John F. W. Rogers and Fred Kempe explain how our work has never been more crucial in the face of complex, daunting, and worldwide challenges.