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Global Energy Agenda

Dec 5, 2023

Partner perspective: To make a lasting impact on carbon emissions, we must respect the developing world’s needs 

By Majid Jafar

The developing world is where the entire climate change battle will be won or lost, writes Majid Jafar, the CEO of Crescent Petroleum.

Climate Change & Climate Action Energy & Environment


Dec 4, 2023

Community watch: China’s vision for the future of the internet

By Dakota Cary

In 2015, Beijing released Jointly Building a Community with a Shared Future in Cyberspace, a white paper outlining the CCP’s vision for the future of the internet. In the eight years since then, this vision has picked up steam outside of China, largely as the result of Beijing’s efforts to export these ideas to authoritarian countries.

China Cybersecurity

New Atlanticist

Dec 3, 2023

Hillary Clinton, Reema Nanavaty, and Eleni Myrivili on gender-responsive solutions for extreme heat

By Daniel Hojnacki

At an Atlantic Council event at COP28, the former US secretary of state discussed the importance of empowering women to develop innovations for extreme heat resilience.

Economy & Business Resilience & Society


Dec 1, 2023

Financialization has increased economic fragility

By Hung Tran

Since the 1980s, financial activities and assets have played an increasingly dominant role in the global economy. At the same time, underlying economic activity as measured by global GDP has been growing more slowly. The result has been an ever-larger gap between the volume and value of financial activity relative to the real economy. And […]

Financial Regulation International Markets

Atlantic Debrief

Dec 1, 2023

#AtlanticDebrief – How will the OSA be implemented? | A Debrief from Melanie Dawes

Susan Ness sits down with Ofcom Chief Executive Dame Melanie Dawes to discuss Ofcom’s regulatory guidance on illegal harms.  

Digital Policy Economy & Business

New Atlanticist

Nov 30, 2023

Milei is backing away from his radical dollarization idea. What options does Argentina have? 

By Martin Mühleisen

The incoming president’s campaign pledge to move Argentina to the US dollar seems less and less likely in the near term.

Economy & Business Elections


Nov 30, 2023

Geoeconomic fragmentation is threatening the green energy transition

By Amin Mohseni-Cheraghlou

The energy transition depends on trade—and on China. Geoeconomic fragmentation could impact global climate targets.

Africa China


Nov 30, 2023

Mobilizing climate finance at COP28: Improving enabling environments in emerging and developing countries

By Robert F. Ichord, Jr.

As nations take stock of national and global efforts to address climate change and finance the clean energy transition at COP28, the dialogue should elevate the issue of how to improve the enabling environments in emerging markets and developing countries.

Economy & Business Energy & Environment

New Atlanticist

Nov 30, 2023

The future of digital currencies depends on interoperability. How can it be achieved?

By Daniel Hojnacki

When it comes to the future of digital currencies, interoperability is top of mind for governments and financial institutions.

Digital Currencies Economy & Business

Global Energy Agenda

Nov 30, 2023

Europe needs a Green Deal that can meet the moment

By Michał Kurtyka

Europe risks being left behind if it does not take swift action to ensure its energy future is “Made in Europe” where necessary, and “Made with Europe” where possible.

Economy & Business Energy & Environment