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Thu, Mar 25, 2021

COVID vaccines: India and China’s new diplomatic currency

If the United States truly wants to return to the world stage, as the Biden administration has promised, its diplomatic outreach must extend beyond its core allies. Vaccine diplomacy may be the best way for the United States to do just that.

New Atlanticist by Nitya Biyani, Niels Graham

China Coronavirus

Mon, Mar 22, 2021

China’s “Two Sessions” goes off script

Since their peak in mid-February, Chinese markets have lost $1.3 trillion dollars in value. The market route was likely caused by Beijing’s announcement of tighter fiscal policy and worries about inflation risks in America. Nevertheless, it is still unclear if the Chinese can tolerate the kind of volatility capitalist countries are accustomed to.

EconoGraphics by Niels Graham, Josh Lipsky

China Financial Regulation

Fri, Mar 19, 2021

Happy St Pats to Ireland: Boom, bust, and recovery for Europe’s most resilient

This week, the Atlantic Council’s GeoEconomics Center dressed in green and took a moment to reflect on the Irish economy, one of the most resilient in the European Union.

EconoGraphics by GeoEconomics Center

Digital Policy Eurozone

Niels Graham is a program assistant for the GeoEconomics Center. Prior to joining the Atlantic Council, he worked at McLarty Associates where he supported the firm’s clients as they engaged with the UN and other international government organizations. He has also served as an intern with the Albright Stonebridge Group’s Global Practice, as well the Office of the President Intern at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS).

Graham holds a bachelor degree from the Elliott School of International Affairs at George Washington University, where he studied international affairs and economics with a focus on East Asia.