Experts

Content

Event Recap by Eurasia Center

Nov 16, 2021

What happened to the Kyiv Post?

Event Recap by Eurasia Center

On November 8, a single article appeared on the Kyiv Post's website. It's message: The newspaper would shut down for a "for a short time." But there might be more to the story. Melinda Haring dives in with former writers and editors with the Kyiv Post.

Civil Society Media

In the News by Atlantic Council

Nov 11, 2021

Kohistany in King 5 on her efforts to relocate Afghan refugees.

In the News by Atlantic Council

Forward Defense nonresident senior fellow Lyla Kohistany speaks on King 5 news about her organization's role in helping Afghan refugees.

Afghanistan Civil Society

New Atlanticist by Daniel Fried, Rose Jackson

Nov 9, 2021

How to get Biden’s democracy summit right

New Atlanticist by Daniel Fried, Rose Jackson

Two of the Council’s democracy experts say the upcoming Summit for Democracy needs to take aim at autocrats’ tools by focusing on anti-corruption and tech standards, and elevating civil society.

Civil Society Corruption

Annual Report by John F.W. Rogers, Frederick Kempe

Nov 9, 2021

The Atlantic Council at 60: Enriched by its past, energized by its present, and equipped for the future

Annual Report by John F.W. Rogers, Frederick Kempe

We are fortunate that the Atlantic Council our founders created six decades ago has never been more robust, but the array of challenges we face has never been more daunting. Here’s how we are shaping the global future together.

Civil Society Politics & Diplomacy

The Atlantic Council at 60 by James Joyner

Nov 9, 2021

How the Atlantic Council reinvented itself

The Atlantic Council at 60 by James Joyner

The vision of a “Think Tank for the Twenty-First Century” seemed wildly ambitious back in 2007. No longer.

Civil Society United States and Canada

The Atlantic Council at 60 by N. W. Collins

Nov 9, 2021

The Atlantic imperative

The Atlantic Council at 60 by N. W. Collins

The tale of an organization founded at a delicate moment for a young administration, with international crises swirling and a need for a coherent Atlanticist voice.

Civil Society NATO

The Atlantic Council at 60 by Melvin Small

Nov 9, 2021

What the Atlantic Council was like in its early years

The Atlantic Council at 60 by Melvin Small

An examination of the Atlantic Council's complicated interactions with the government, foundations, American elites, and the public during its formative years offers a revealing look at the way such non-governmental organizations contribute to the foreign-policy debate in the United States.

Civil Society NATO

New Atlanticist

Oct 25, 2021

Sudan’s prime minister warned of a ‘failed state’ in 2019. Now he’s under arrest.

New Atlanticist

Here's what Abdalla Hamdok told the Atlantic Council during a 2019 visit to Washington.

Africa Civil Society

BelarusAlert by Melinda Haring

Oct 24, 2021

Maria of Minsk

BelarusAlert by Melinda Haring

Imprisoned activist Maria Kalesnikava did not seek a career in politics but since the outbreak of anti-regime protests in Belarus she has become a source of inspiration for the country's pro-democracy movement.

Belarus Civil Society

In the News by Atlantic Council

Oct 22, 2021

Asat quoted in Korea Times on criticisms of human rights violations in Xinjiang

In the News by Atlantic Council

China Civil Society