New Atlanticist

Feb 21, 2024

It’s a new era for US-India relations, except at the WTO. That needs to change.

By Mark Linscott

Now is the time for the United States and India to build on bilateral successes to find common ground in the World Trade Organization.

Economy & Business India

China-MENA Podcast

Feb 20, 2024

Middle East Instability: A Chinese Perspective to the Latest Flashpoint

By Atlantic Council

Chuchu Zhang joins us from Shanghai to explore China's evolving response to the ongoing instability in the Middle East—including the attacks in the Red Sea and the Palestinian-Israeli conflict— and how they could test US hegemony in the region.

China Economy & Business

In the News

Feb 15, 2024

Vinograd on CBS News’ “Face The Nation”

Vinograd speaks about President Biden's possession of TS/SCI documents.

Politics & Diplomacy United States and Canada

In the News

Feb 7, 2024

Konaev moderates CSET’s AI Executive Order Report Card Panel

By Atlantic Council

Konaev moderates a discussion about the security implications of AI and emerging technologies

Artificial Intelligence Defense Policy


Jan 3, 2024

Five under-the-radar economic trends that could define 2024

By Josh Lipsky, Sophia Busch

We picked five under-the-radar trends that will matter for the global economy in 2024. Each shows the potential weak spots in the global economy alongside the forces that could stabilize growth.

China Economy & Business

Event Recap

Dec 13, 2023

The migration dividend: Unlocking new opportunities for migrants’ labor force integration

Table of contents IntroductionActionable prioritiesChallengesRecommendationsThe path forward Introduction Latin America and the Caribbean is seeing a wave of intra-regional migration that is without precedent in our hemisphere. Millions of people are displaced by lack of economic opportunities, security (including gender-based violence), poverty, and climate change, among other factors. As migration sees no sign of abating, […]


Dec 11, 2023

Methodolody: What does it take to be a reserve currency?

In its 2009 Report to Congress on International Economic and Exchange Rate Policies, the US Treasury provided a historical perspective on the reserve currency status of the dollar and identified six key factors that are commonly attributed to supporting the use of a currency as a reserve. The GeoEconomics Center built on this framework by […]

Event Recap

Nov 13, 2023

Fostering Growth: Women in Bahrain’s fintech sector

By Nibras Basitkey

Event recap for Bahrain second workshop, focused on Bahrain’s booming fintech industry and the growing role of women in the sector.

Economy & Business Middle East

Event Recap

Oct 30, 2023

Navigating the future of women’s healthcare in Saudi Arabia: Insights and challenges

By Lynn Monzer

Event recap for Women’s economic participation and its impact on healthcare in Saudi Arabia

Economy & Business Middle East

In the News

Sep 16, 2023

Global China Hub assistant director Kitsch Liao spoke to Voice of America

On September 16, GCH assistant director Kitsch Liao spoke to VOA news about China’s new Fujian aircraft carrier, the training that will be required on the vessel, and the challenges posed by using electromagnetic catapults onboard.

China Indo-Pacific