In the News

Dec 7, 2023

Melcangi in ISPI Online: Egypt, ten years of Al-Sisi: mirages of grandeur and failed objectives

By Atlantic Council

Corruption Economy & Business

In the News

Dec 7, 2023

McCord interviewed by MSNBC on Trump trial

By Atlantic Council

Democratic Transitions Elections


Dec 7, 2023

President Sisi’s third term will be his biggest challenge—not the upcoming Egyptian election 

By Shahira Amin

While it is certain that Abdel Fattah el-Sisi will win a third term, it is uncertain what will happen after the vote and when the Gaza war is over.

Elections Middle East

New Atlanticist

Dec 5, 2023

Meet Taiwan’s presidential candidates and their running mates

By Wen-Ti Sung, Lev Nachman

Expect to see these vice-presidential candidates front and center as the three parties change how they frame and run their campaigns.

Elections Taiwan

New Atlanticist

Dec 4, 2023

The shocking Dutch election is done. The political maneuvering is just beginning.

By Lisa Homel

The victory of Geert Wilders’s far-right party sent shockwaves. Here are the challenges the PVV leader will face in forming his government.

Elections European Union

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

New Atlanticist

Nov 22, 2023

Get up to speed on Taiwan’s upcoming elections

By Lev Nachman, Wen-Ti Sung

The elections on January 13, 2024, have the potential to drastically change the future of Taiwan and East Asian regional stability.

China Elections

Fast Thinking

Nov 20, 2023

The economic aftershocks from Milei’s win in Argentina

By Atlantic Council

Argentina’s economy is due for radical change from the Peronist status quo as libertarian TV personality Javier Milei is set to become the country’s next president.

Americas Elections

New Atlanticist

Nov 20, 2023

Experts react: Can ‘lion king’ Milei tame Argentina’s roaring inflation?

By Atlantic Council experts

The former television personality known for his libertarian economic views and unruly mane will become Argentina’s next president. His first task will be dealing with runaway inflation.

Americas Economy & Business

New Atlanticist

Nov 17, 2023

Bangladesh is at a tipping point. Here are the scenarios for a contentious election season.

By Ali Riaz

Violence and street agitations are back in full swing in Bangladesh ahead of the scheduled general elections in January 2024.

Bangladesh Elections