New Atlanticist

May 20, 2024

What comes after Ebrahim Raisi

By Jonathan Panikoff

While the Iranian president's death in a helicopter crash was shocking, it is unlikely to change the country's strategic direction. Here's why.

Extremism Iran

New Atlanticist

Apr 22, 2024

Iraq’s prime minister on how to elevate US-Iraqi relations beyond just security

By Daniel Hojnacki

Sudani discussed his visit to the United States, an upcoming meeting with the Turkish president, and regional security.

Conflict Crisis Management

In the News

Mar 23, 2024

Lichfield quoted by Bloomberg on Russian reaction to Moscow theater attack

Read the full article here.

Extremism Politics & Diplomacy


Mar 7, 2024

Vladimir Putin is losing Russia’s long war against Ukrainian identity

By Danylo Lubkivsky

Vladimir Putin is the latest in a long line of Russian rulers who have attempted to erase Ukrainian national identity and force Ukrainians to identify as Russians, writes Danylo Lubkivsky.

Conflict Disinformation

Experts react

Feb 5, 2024

Experts react: US retaliation for the deadly attack in Jordan has begun. What’s next?

By Atlantic Council experts

Our experts interpret the United States' ongoing strikes against Iran-linked targets—and how Tehran and its proxies might view this response.

Conflict Crisis Management


Dec 11, 2023

Threats from Yemen are increasing. It’s time to redesignate the Houthis.

By R. Clarke Cooper

Ever since the 2021 lifting of FTO status, the world has witnessed the increased threats emanating from Yemen, which include recent repeated attacks on commercial ships with drones and missiles

Conflict Crisis Management

In the News

Dec 7, 2023

Husain in the Wall Street Journal: The Theology of Hamas

By Atlantic Council

Extremism Middle East

In the News

Dec 7, 2023

Svetlova in the Jewish News Syndicate: Hamas’s primary victims are the Palestinians

By Atlantic Council

Conflict Extremism

New Atlanticist

Nov 17, 2023

David Petraeus on how the US should manage a world of overlapping crises

By Katherine Walla

Petraeus discussed how conflict and deterrence have changed—and what those changes mean for Russia’s war in Ukraine and the Israel-Hamas war.

Conflict Crisis Management

In the News

Nov 2, 2023

Lipsky published in Politico on economic statecraft.

By Josh Lipsky

Read the full Op-Ed here.

Economic Sanctions Extremism