New AtlanticistSep 30, 2022
Canadian foreign minister: After Putin’s annexation ‘our strategy won’t change’ on Ukraine
By Daniel Malloy
At an Atlantic Council Front Page event, the foreign minister reassured Ukrainians that Canada will never recognize the sham referendums in four of Ukraine's regions—and that Canada will continue to support Ukraine.
New AtlanticistSep 29, 2022
Dispatch from the Frankfurt Forum: How the US and Europe can turn crisis cooperation into sustained partnership
By Daniel Malloy, Charles Lichfield
The Council's Frankfurt Forum showed that while the United States and EU approach some challenges differently, Russian aggression has provided a renewed sense of purpose and urgency to resolve those differences.
New AtlanticistSep 19, 2022
The 2022 Global Citizen Awards: Honoring the bridge-builders and peacemakers in a time of war
By Katherine Walla, Daniel Malloy
The Atlantic Council's annual gala honored three world leaders, an Academy Award-winning artist, Google's CEO, and the strength of the transatlantic relationship.
Daniel Malloy is the deputy managing editor at the Atlantic Council, helping oversee the Council’s editorial products from short-form articles and in-depth reports to email newsletters.
He joined the Council in 2021 after a fifteen-year journalism career that took him from the Oval Office to the depths of a West Virginia coal mine, and to the jungles of Southeast Asia. Most recently, Malloy was a senior editor at OZY Media, where he helped oversee the startup digital-media company’s daily email newsletters and led US political coverage.
Previously, Malloy worked for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and Pittsburgh Post-Gazette as a Washington correspondent, covering Capitol Hill and beyond for a local audience—and hitting the presidential campaign trail in the 2008, 2012, and 2016 election cycles. He also worked as a freelance foreign correspondent based in Luang Prabang, Laos, and traveling around Southeast Asia. His Lao language skills are now a bit rusty, but he can still exchange pleasantries.
Malloy graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a degree in journalism.