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Nov 17, 2022

Global Sanctions Dashboard: What’s coming in 2023?

By Charles Lichfield, Maia Nikoladze, and Castellum.AI

In this edition of the Global Sanctions Dashboard, we walk you through the Fall sanctions against Russia and Iran, explain the implications of US semiconductor export controls against China, and show you the projected sanctions trends in 2023.

China Economic Sanctions

Econographics

Nov 8, 2022

What US outbound investment screening means for Transatlantic relations

By Elmar Hellendoorn

Whether the EU follows through with new outbound investment controls and what those might look like will also depend on the evolution of American national security policy and transatlantic diplomacy.

China Economy & Business
Modernizing the Bretton Woods institutions for the twenty-first century

Report

Oct 17, 2022

Modernizing the Bretton Woods Institutions for the twenty-first century

By Ajay Chhibber

The challenges that led to World War II have resurfaced and created the dire need for reform of the Bretton Woods Institutions. A new system to address these challenges requires the three core "Rs"—a revised global remit, an enhanced resource base, and a mandate to monitor agreed-upon global rules.

Economy & Business Financial Regulation

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Oct 14, 2022

Full transcript: Former deputy NSA Daleep Singh’s argument for a digital dollar

By Atlantic Council

Former deputy NSA Daleep Singh debated Federal Reserve Governor Waller at Harvard Law School and National Security Journal's digital currencies and national security symposium.

Digital Currencies Economic Sanctions

Econographics

Oct 12, 2022

Companies on the front line: Trends in overseas Chinese listings

By Maia Nikoladze

Delisting more than 150 Chinese companies is a bigger hit than Chinese private sector can take at this time. However, we don’t yet know whether Beijing will follow through on its side of the audit-sharing deal. 

China Economy & Business

Report

Oct 10, 2022

China Pathfinder: 2022 annual scorecard

By GeoEconomics Center and Rhodium Group

Over the year, teams from the Atlantic Council and Rhodium Group have taken a dive into China’s economy to address a fundamental question: Is China becoming more or less like other open-market economies? 

China Economy & Business

In the News

Oct 3, 2022

Global Sanctions Dashboard featured in the CyberWire’s Policy Briefing newsletter

Read the full article here.

Economic Sanctions Economy & Business

SouthAsiaSource

Oct 3, 2022

Pakistan must learn to live without ‘Daronomics’

By Ali Hasanain

The temptation will be high for Pakistani Finance Minister Ishaq Dar to play Daronomics again, to the detriment of Pakistan in all but the shortest of short runs.

Economy & Business Financial Regulation

Event Recap

Oct 3, 2022

New laws in Saudi Arabia support women in business, and society is catching up quickly

By Amira Attia

On September 28, the Atlantic Council’s empowerME initiative held a discussion on regulations and laws that impact women in business in Saudi Arabia.

Economy & Business Financial Regulation

Transcript

Sep 28, 2022

Full transcript: Paolo Gentiloni on signs the West’s sanctions on Russia are working—and the new packages on the way

By Atlantic Council

The European Commissioner for Economy explained that to navigate today's troubled waters, the United States and European Union will need to stick together.

Digital Currencies Economic Sanctions

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