Event RecapDec 23, 2022
Governing the Ungovernable. Consolidating the Libyan State Amidst Emerging Criminal Networks
Libya has endured ten years of turmoil, lack of stability, foreign interference, and internal strife. The presence and proliferation of local armed groups have further eroded state-building processes. Read this event recap to know more about Libya's future.
Atlantic Council Strategy Paper SeriesDec 21, 2022
Global Foresight 2023
In this year’s Global Foresight edition, our experts identify the top risks and opportunities for 2023. Our foresight team spots “snow leopards” that could have major unexpected impacts in 2023 and beyond. And we share findings from our survey of global strategists and foresight practitioners on how human affairs could unfold over the next decade.
Press ReleaseDec 6, 2022
N7 Initiative convenes Israeli and Arab Experts on Education and Cultural Exchange in Rabat, Morocco for first in a series of conferences aimed at strengthening regional cooperation
The N7 Initiative, a partnership between the Atlantic Council and Jeffrey M. Talpins Foundation, is hosting the N7 Conference on Education and Coexistence from December 5-7, 2022. The conference, held with the support of the Kingdom of Morocco, convenes experts from Israel and Arab and Muslim countries in government, civil society, and academia to discuss further regional cooperation and produce actionable policy recommendations.
Press ReleaseDec 2, 2022
Atlantic Council launches Iran Strategy Project to respond to local, regional, and global developments
As Iran faces unprecedented challenges, the new effort will undertake a holistic approach to the entirety of the Atlantic Council’s work on Iran WASHINGTON D.C. – DECEMBER 2, 2022 – Today, the Atlantic Council announced the launch of its new Iran Strategy Project, designed to synchronize and bring together the Atlantic Council’s policy and analytical […]
In the NewsNov 18, 2022
Charai in The Hill: Democracy is proving its biggest doubters wrong￼
By Atlantic Council
Israel and America held elections barely a week apart, with very different ideological outcomes, but with the same message: Even in fractured societies, where majorities are hard to gather and harder still to hold together, democracy works. Doubters and critics have thrown shade on democracy for centuries. Yet, these two elections in two different lands show that […]