As the global community continues to grapple with COVID-19 (coronavirus), the Atlantic Council is open for business. All business, meetings, and events, however, are occurring virtually. For more information, please view a statement from our President and CEO.

#ACFrontPage events

#ACFrontPage harnesses the convening power and expertise of the Council’s fourteen programs and centers to spotlight the world’s most prominent leaders and the most compelling ideas across sectors. The virtual platform engages new audiences eager for nonpartisan and constructive solutions to current global challenges. This widely promoted 45-minute program features the Council’s most important guests and content serving as the highlight of our programming each week.

Past #ACElections2020 events

Elections 2020: America’s Role in the World is a series of conversations on the top foreign policy priorities for the next four years, featuring the most prominent voices shaping the national dialogue. From the Conventions to the Elections, the series will explore key questions concerning America’s role and interests in the world, bringing a foreign policy perspective to the conversation and addressing the most critical issues at the intersection between the domestic and international spheres.

Annual events

Thu, Sep 24, 2020

EnergySource Innovation Stream with Anglo American: Pathways to a global hydrogen economy

ONLINE EVENT - Benny Oeyen, Executive Head of Market Development in the Platinum Group Metals Team at Anglo American discusses Anglo American’s comprehensive approach to supporting the development of a global hydrogen economy.


Thu, Sep 24, 2020

Security at the maritime edge

ONLINE EVENT - A conversation on how the US can address systemic shortfalls in maritime cybersecurity with allies and partners across the private sector.


Thu, Sep 24, 2020

UNGA 75: Reaffirming the world’s commitment to Venezuela

ONLINE EVENT – One year since world leaders last convened, Venezuela’s democratic forces are locked in a new struggle to defend the only remaining democratic institution: the National Assembly.


Fri, Sep 25, 2020

A conversation with Pulitzer Prize winner and energy expert Daniel Yergin

#ACFRONTPAGE EVENT – With the 2020 elections around the corner, the energy industry particularly disrupted by coronavirus, and US-China tensions ratcheting higher, Yergin’s insights into the steps various countries are taking, particularly China, to shape the energy transition will be crucial as the next administration looks at a rapidly-changing geopolitical order.