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Jun 30, 2022

The war in Ukraine and gas in the Western Balkans

By Robert F. Ichord, Jr.

Russia has made inroads in the Western Balkans with its promises of plentiful gas supply. The EU and NATO must grasp the region's strategic value and work to promote efforts to diversify gas imports from alternative suppliers and build an expansive network of gas infrastructure.

Energy & Environment Europe & Eurasia

In the News

Jun 30, 2022

Lichfield cited in Marketplace on the risks of imposing a price cap, and Russian leverage from oil and gas revenue

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China Economic Sanctions

In the News

Jun 30, 2022

Lipsky cited in the Wall Street Journal on G7 leaders’ discussions of shared economic problems

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Economic Sanctions Economy & Business

In the News

Jun 30, 2022

Lipsky cited in Associated Press on the low likelihood of G7 summit coordination to successfully address inflation

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Economic Sanctions Economy & Business

In the News

Jun 30, 2022

Lipsky cited in NBC News on G7 leaders’ discussions of alternative oil sources

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Economic Sanctions Economy & Business

UkraineAlert

Jun 28, 2022

Fear of confronting Putin will lead to Russian victory in Ukraine

By Richard D. Hooker, Jr.

So far, the war in Ukraine has taught Vladimir Putin that NATO and the EU will go to great lengths to avoid confronting him. This has grave consequences for Ukraine itself and for the wider international community.

Conflict Economic Sanctions

New Atlanticist

Jun 28, 2022

Stoltenberg takes on climate change and Turkey’s blockade of Sweden and Finland as NATO summit opens

By Daniel Malloy

Opening the NATO Public Forum, Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg vowed to slash the organization's emissions in response to the climate challenge and said Turkey's terrorism concerns are "legitimate."

Climate Change & Climate Action Defense Policy

New Atlanticist

Jun 27, 2022

Can price caps on Russian oil tame the Kremlin? Our experts debate.

By Edward Fishman, Brian O’Toole, Mark Mozur, and Charles Lichfield

Atlantic Council experts weigh in on whether a G7-driven price cap on Russian oil will have the intended effect.

Economic Sanctions Economy & Business

SouthAsiaSource

Jun 27, 2022

COVID-19 and tourism in the Himalayan & Indian Ocean countries of South Asia 

By South Asia Center

While in 2019 tourism was among the fastest growing sectors in South Asia, the pandemic resulted in billions of dollars in losses across the region. To understand these developments, the South Asia Center brought together a panel of experts to discuss COVID-19 and the future of tourism in the Himalayan and Indian Ocean Countries of South Asia.

Climate Change & Climate Action Coronavirus

EnergySource

Jun 27, 2022

30 GW by 2030: Policies for expanding US offshore wind capacity

By Joseph Webster

The US' goal of 30 gigawatts of offshore wind capacity by 2030 is ambitious. Attentive policymaking, from the highest levels of the federal government all the way down to local governments in affected communities, will be key.

Energy & Environment Energy Markets & Governance

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