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May 9, 2022

Cyber strategy: Assumptions and hypotheticals 

By Yumi Gambrill and Emma Schroeder

When academics, policymakers, and practitioners discuss security and conflict within the cyber domain, they are often hampered by a series of ongoing debates and unarticulated assumptions. We have brought together members of these communities to discuss the reasons that these debates are important to the shaping of cybersecurity and strategic plans.

Cybersecurity

Event Recap

May 5, 2022

Red de Apoyo: Venezuelan women today can learn from women leaders who fought dictatorships in Argentina, Uruguay, and Chile

A virtual discussion on how Venezuelan women leaders could learn from democratic women organizers during the 1970s and 1980s dictatorships in South America’s Southern Cone.

Americas Latin America

Event Recap

May 5, 2022

Red de Apoyo: Lessons from the Colombian peace process for Venezuelan female democratic leaders 

A virtual discussion on how Venezuelan women leaders could learn from Colombian women’s leadership leading up to and during the 2016 Colombian Peace Accords.

Americas Latin America

AC Selects

Apr 29, 2022

AC Selects: The future of UK financial markets and US support for Ukraine

Week of April 29, 2022 Last week, the GeoEconomics Center and the Centre for Policy Studies jointly hosted the future of UK banking and finance conference to convene senior British, US, and European leaders to discuss policy proposals concerning UK capital markets, taxation, and competitiveness. Also, the Eurasia and Scowcroft Centers hosted an #ACFrontPage event […]

Conflict Economy & Business

Podcast

Apr 22, 2022

Episode 2: “Russia and the Arctic”

Mathieu Boulègue, Senior Research Fellow for the Russia and Eurasia Programme at Chatham House, takes a closer look at Russia’s deep ties to the Arctic and its posturing in the region.

Climate Change & Climate Action Crisis Management

Podcast

Apr 22, 2022

Episode 1: “Living in the Arctic”

Anu Fredriksson, Executive Director for Arctic Frontiers, gives a local perspective on living in the Arctic. Anu is originally from Oulu in Northern Finland and has worked with Arctic issues for over a decade.

Climate Change & Climate Action Crisis Management

New Atlanticist

Apr 4, 2022

Can crypto deliver aid amid war? Ukraine holds the answer.

By Ananya Kumar, Nikhil Raghuveera

Ukraine’s current experience could transform how aid is disbursed across the world.

Civil Society Digital Currencies

In the News

Mar 22, 2022

Charai in the Jerusalem Strategic Tribune: A letter from the publisher

As we emerge onto the post-COVID-19 landscape in 2022, the virus will still be with us. But it will have yielded center stage—both to pre-existing trends it accelerated, and to new realities it created. Read Charai’s latest in the Jerusalem Strategic Tribune on America’s prospects in facing the challenges of 2022. Ahmed Charai is a […]

Americas Economy & Business

Blog Post

Mar 16, 2022

State of the Order: Assessing February 2022

The State of the Order breaks down the month's most important events impacting the democratic world order.

Eastern Europe Economy & Business

Article

Mar 7, 2022

Workshop on freedom and prosperity in Asia

By Atlantic Council

On February 16, the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security, in collaboration with the Centre for Civil Society, hosts the fourth and last in a series of virtual workshops on strengthening economic freedom, rule of law, and representative government in different regions across the world. This workshop focuses on Asia and convenes a […]

Democratic Transitions Economy & Business