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Tue, Jan 30, 2018

Fried Quoted in the Foreign Policy on the Kremlin Report

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In the News by Daniel Fried


Fri, Sep 9, 2016

Bennett in The Hill: 9/11 and Millennials – Time for a New Direction

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In the News by Daniel Bennett

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Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg and SACEUR Gen. Philip Breedlove, May 11, 2015

Mon, Sep 14, 2015

NATO Needs an Emergency Council for Timely Crisis Management

At the 2014 NATO Summit and as a response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the leaders of the Alliance agreed on a Readiness Action Plan (RAP) to improve NATO’s ability to deal with immediate security threats.

NATOSource by Daniel Bennett and Huseyn Panahov

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Daniel Bennett

Director, Millennium Leadership Program


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Daniel Bennett is the director of the Millennium Leadership Program (MLP), the Atlantic Council’s flagship center for identifying and engaging the next generation of global leaders. Building on a fifty-year tradition of future leaders programming at the Council, MLP sets the gold standard for this work in the policy sector.

As director, Daniel manages the Millennium Fellowship, MLP’s flagship initiative, and oversees the center’s global network of fellows and agenda of programming, which spans over fifty countries and the full range of substantive work at the Atlantic Council. His responsibilities include leading the center’s development efforts, recruiting fellows, curating program themes and content, and designing unique experiences across a wide range of mediums from private events and major conferences to digital media and reality television. Additionally, Daniel also manages the Council’s veterans program, Take Point, which resides within MLP.

Prior to the Atlantic Council, Daniel worked in Cairo, Egypt coordinating youth outreach and advocacy programs and live broadcast debates. He studied international relations at Tufts University and Arabic at the American University in Cairo. Daniel grew up in Northern Virginia and Africa, where he spent thirteen years living in six different countries.