Jan 15, 2022

Moscow’s Memory Wars: Putin seeks to whitewash Russia’s Stalinist past

By Gina Lentine

Russia's recent move to shut down the Memorial International human rights organization is part of an ongoing Kremlin campaign to rehabilitate the Soviet era and whitewash the crimes of Russia's Stalinist past.

Civil Society Disinformation

In the News

Dec 20, 2021

Asat quoted in ProPublica on Purdue University’s President condeming tactics used to censor Chinese students in the US

By Atlantic Council

China Education

In the News

Dec 4, 2021

Asat quoted in Asia Times on China’s crackdown on student dissidents in US college campuses

By Atlantic Council

China Education


Nov 30, 2021

Transforming Ukraine into an international manufacturing hub

By Sergiy Tsivkach

Ukraine is taking steps to build on the country's huge potential as a major international manufacturing hub and is now seeking to attract international investment that can drive further economic growth.

Economy & Business Education

In the News

Nov 19, 2021

Younus on Pakistonomy Podcast: The Pakistani Elite’s Seven Deadly Neglects

By Atlantic Council

Economy & Business Education


Nov 11, 2021

Time to rediscover eastern Ukraine’s surprisingly cosmopolitan past

By Peter Dickinson

Moscow has long cultivated the myth of eastern Ukraine as an indivisible part of Russia’s ancestral heartlands but in reality the region has a surprisingly cosmopolitan past that makes a mockery of Kremlin propaganda claims.

Conflict Disinformation

Fast Thinking

Aug 19, 2021

FAST THINKING: Was the war worth it? Afghanistan’s former ambassador to the US, Roya Rahmani, weighs in

By Irfan Nooruddin

Long-time diplomat and steadfast women’s rights champion Roya Rahmani, Afghanistan's former ambassador to the United States, joins South Asia Center Director Irfan Nooruddin for a special episode of Fast Thinking to share her thoughts on whether the war in Afghanistan was worth it, the crucial role of women in the country's future, and how to evaluate the Taliban’s promises.

Afghanistan Education

In the News

Aug 16, 2021

Chhibber on Economic Times: What India needs to do to fulfill its tryst with destiny

Economy & Business Education

New Atlanticist

Aug 5, 2021

Here’s what we’re reading this summer

By Andrew R. Marshall

Even in the depths of summer, our deeply thoughtful (and widely read) staff at the Atlantic Council keep their mental gears churning. Here are some summer reading suggestions from us for the beach, mountains, or backyard.

Civil Society Education

The future is here

Jul 31, 2021

The post-COVID world this week: We’re not in the clear yet, so here’s what to read while you wait

By Andrew R. Marshall

What can we expect from a post-COVID world after a pandemic that has reshaped international affairs? A world in which there are plenty of bookworms.

Coronavirus Education