In the NewsJul 6, 2023
Kroenig and Miller in Foreign Policy on democratic renewal at home and abroad
On July 4, Scowcroft Center senior director and vice president Matthew Kroenig and Scowcroft Center assistant director Danielle Miller penned a review of Charles Dunst’s new book, Defeating the Dictators: How Democracy Can Prevail in the Age of the Strongman, in Foreign Policy. In it, they discuss how democracies can outperform autocracies and maintain their […]
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.
Danielle Miller is an assistant director with the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Strategy Initiative within the Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security. Prior to joining the Atlantic Council, she worked on Capitol Hill where she focused on democracy and climate policy portfolios. She was a research assistant at UC Berkeley’s Institute of European Studies and a fellow with a leading California-based civic engagement firm dedicated to expanding voter participation and ballot access. She graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, with a BA in political science and a minor in conservation and natural resource studies.