New AtlanticistAug 23, 2023
Policy memo: How to sharpen the digital pillar of the Three Seas Initiative
By Jörn Fleck, Akshat Dhankher, James Batchik
The Three Seas Initiative and its digital pillar currently lack the credibility needed to attract sustained investments.
New AtlanticistFeb 24, 2023
One year, eight world-changing numbers. Quantifying Russia’s war in Ukraine.
By Atlantic Council experts
Experts from across the Atlantic Council have drawn up the figures they believe best illustrate all the ways this war has shaken the world.
Akshat Dhankher was a program assistant with the Atlantic Council’s Europe Center. His areas of interest include security and defense topics, NATO-EU affairs, digital and technology policy, and the transatlantic economy. Prior to joining the Europe Center, Dhankher held roles as an intern with the Atlantic Council’s Transatlantic Security Initiative, as a policy and government affairs assistant with BritishAmerican Business in London, and as a technology consultant co-op with Endeavour Partners in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Dhankher received a BS in computer science and economics from Northeastern University in 2021, with minors in international affairs and computational social science. During this time, he was a member of the Qatar Exchange Fellowship in Doha, Qatar, and organized conferences on US-Middle East/North Africa relations with the National Council on US-Arab Relations. Dhankher is also an alumnus of the International Model NATO. He is originally from Amherst, Massachusetts.