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The Atlantic Council’s Global Energy Center promotes energy security by working alongside government, industry, civil society, and public stakeholders to devise pragmatic solutions to the geopolitical, sustainability, and economic challenges of the changing global energy landscape.

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Oct 3, 2023

Mixed messaging from Moldova on energy sector reforms

By Suriya Evans-Pritchard Jayanti

Recent steps by the Moldovan authorities cast doubt on Chisinau’s commitment to energy market liberalization, escaping Russian energy dominance, and anti-corruption imperatives, writes Suriya Jayanti.

Conflict Corruption
Signage is seen at the media centre during the G20 Leaders’ Summit in New Delhi, India, Saturday, September 9, 2023. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas)

New Atlanticist

Oct 3, 2023

A lasting legacy of India’s G20: Trade opportunities for small businesses

By Gopal Nadadur

The India-led G20 has delivered some under-the-radar outcomes with big potential gains, most notably for micro, small, and medium enterprises.

Economy & Business Energy & Environment

In the News

Sep 29, 2023

Novak quoted in the Guardian on PRC–Timor-Leste partnership

On September 28, IPSI nonresident fellow Parker Novak was quoted in the Guardian. He comments on the strategic implications of a recent joint statement between the PRC and Timor-Leste, explaining that “the People’s Republic of China (PRC) would stand to benefit from increasing its influence in Timor-Leste,” but may hesitate to make large investments in […]

Australia China

New Atlanticist

Sep 29, 2023

Five takeaways on the state of economic statecraft

By Kimberly Donovan, Charles Lichfield

Sanctions and export controls have played a central role in the West’s response to Russia’s aggression against Ukraine, but there are other tools of economic statecraft, too.

Economic Sanctions Economy & Business

Issue Brief

Sep 26, 2023

A roadmap for the Caribbean’s energy transition

By David Goldwyn, Eugene Tiah, and Wazim Mowla

Caribbean countries are in desperate need of an energy transition. Disproportionately high electricity costs impede economic development, stress public finance budgets, and harm the competitiveness of tourism and other industries.

Americas Caribbean

In the News

Sep 25, 2023

Ellinas in CyprusMail: We must upgrade our electricity grid

Energy & Environment Energy Transitions


Sep 22, 2023

Russia resumes bombing campaign of Ukraine’s civilian energy infrastructure

By Suriya Evans-Pritchard Jayanti

Following a six-month pause, Russia renewed its bombing campaign of Ukraine's civilian energy infrastructure on September 21, signalling that Ukrainians face another winter of blackouts as Putin tries to freeze the country into submission.

Conflict Defense Technologies


Sep 22, 2023

German economy minister: The shifting tides of globalization are creating new challenges for market economies

By Atlantic Council

At the Transatlantic Forum on GeoEconomics, Robert Habeck spoke about strengthening Europe's economic sovereignty and the increased US focus on China.

China Climate Change & Climate Action


Sep 21, 2023

The United States’ edge in the clean energy economy starts with outcompeting China on hydrogen

By Landon Derentz

The Biden administration’s momentum on bolstering the United States’ significance in the global green economy must start with an inclusive approach to hydrogen tax credits.

Energy & Environment Energy Markets & Governance

New Atlanticist

Sep 20, 2023

What it will take to feed Africa—and the world—in the coming decades

By Katherine Walla

During a discussion at Atlantic Council in New York, officials and food security experts laid out the solutions that can expand Africa's agricultural productivity—and make it more resilient to climate change.

Climate Change & Climate Action Resilience