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New AtlanticistJun 1, 2023
The G7 can take NATO-EU climate cooperation to the next level
By Francis Shin, Rachel Rizzo
There is a strong opportunity for meaningful NATO-EU cooperation by using the Group of Seven as a convening platform for climate change-related discussions.
EnergySourceMar 10, 2023
Clean industrial policies: A space for EU-US collaboration
By Théophile Pouget-Abadie, Francis Shin, Jonah Allen
EU-US tensions over clean industrial policy could derail the energy transition. Collaboration on equal footing would bolster collective security and drive emissions reductions to new levels.
New AtlanticistJul 28, 2022
Climbing the escalation ladder in Ukraine: A menu of options for the West
By Francis Shin, Damir Marusic, Tyson Wetzel
Our experts have assembled a list of possible policy responses the West ought to consider if Russia escalates its war against Ukraine.
Francis Shin is a research assistant in the Atlantic Council’s Europe Center. His current work focuses on topics spanning policy toward anti-money laundering and countering transnational kleptocracy. He has a master of international affairs degree from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva, where his dissertation was on the growing role of the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications (SWIFT) network in international sanctions regimes.
Prior to joining the Council in 2021, he was a research assistant at the Future of Financial Intelligence Sharing program, a research partnership with the Royal United Services Institute’s Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies. Shin also interned at the Center for a New American Security in Washington, DC, and the United Nations Office at Geneva. In 2021, Shin was the geostrategy & financial diplomacy fellow in the Young Professionals in Foreign Policy program.