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October 8, 2020

Charai in the National Interest: Why the coronavirus can’t kill the American spirit

By Atlantic Council

Though the world is currently mired in crisis, facing challenges such as the coronavirus pandemic and its associated impacts, the United States remains an essential global leader and the only country able to organize to meet the danger of rising authoritarian powers. Confronted with these immense challenges, Atlantic Council Board Director Ahmed Charai argues, the United States will still prevail along with its values. Read Charai’s latest in the National Interest on the resilience of the American spirit.

Ahmed Charai is a Moroccan publisher and an Atlantic Council Board Director. He is also an international counselor of the Center for a Strategic and International Studies and a member of the Advisory Board of The Center for the National Interest in Washington and the Advisory Board of Gatestone Institute in New York.

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