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.
New AtlanticistJun 28, 2022
Stoltenberg takes on climate change and Turkey’s blockade of Sweden and Finland as NATO summit opens
By Daniel Malloy
Opening the NATO Public Forum, Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg vowed to slash the organization's emissions in response to the climate challenge and said Turkey's terrorism concerns are "legitimate."
New AtlanticistJun 23, 2021
The White House’s case for crafting a new industrial strategy
By Daniel Malloy
In a speech at the Atlantic Council, National Economic Council Director Brian Deese laid out why stronger government planning and investment will support Biden administration domestic and foreign policy.
Daniel Malloy is the 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.