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New Atlanticist

Jun 14, 2024

Women should play a central role in rebuilding Ukraine’s economy

By Melanne Verveer and Kimberly Donovan

Ukraine can only rebuild its economy if women and civil society are fully involved in its reconstruction efforts.

Civil Society Corruption

Econographics

Jun 13, 2024

Low employment: The Achilles’ heel of Modi’s economic model

By Hung Tran

The challenge to Modi in the next five years is to carry out a balancing act between maintaining the recent growth momentum and making it more inclusive by providing regular employment.

Economy & Business Inclusive Growth

In the News

Jun 4, 2024

Event with Treasury Assistant Secretary Brent Neiman featured in AP

Read the full article here.

Inclusive Growth International Markets

Transcript

Jun 3, 2024

US Trade Representative Katherine Tai on modernizing the transatlantic partnership

By Atlantic Council

Tai outlined how the United States should strengthen transatlantic trade and counter China’s nonmarket economic practices.

China Economy & Business

New Atlanticist

May 2, 2024

Is the Bangladesh success story unraveling?

By Ali Riaz

As the Bangladesh’s system of governance has become more autocratic, social development has received less attention from the government.

Bangladesh Fiscal and Structural Reform

New Atlanticist

Apr 25, 2024

How the US is pitching a development finance ‘alternative’ to China’s initiatives, according to Scott Nathan

By Katherine Walla

“Good development is good foreign policy,” Nathan explained at an Atlantic Council Front Page event. “That’s in our national interest.”

China Energy Transitions

New Atlanticist

Apr 23, 2024

Senegal’s new political landscape offers a new start for the West

By Mayecor Sar

There's an opportunity for countries in the West to establish more tightly knit relationships with Senegal—but only if they’re willing to create equitable partnerships that foster development and stability.

Africa Elections

Report

Apr 18, 2024

Delivering results for the South: The Bretton Woods system we need

By Otaviano Canuto, Hafez Ghanem, Youssef El Jai, and Stéphane Le Bouder

2024 marks 80 years of the Bretton Woods system. What reforms will keep the system viable into its next century—and delivering results for all countries, including those of the Global South?

Africa Economy & Business

New Atlanticist

Apr 18, 2024

What should digital public infrastructure look like? The G7 and G20 offer contrasting visions.

By Anand Raghuraman

The two organizations hold different views of how digital public infrastructure should shape the way markets function.

Brazil Digital Policy

Issue Brief

Apr 16, 2024

Geoeconomic fragmentation and net-zero targets

By Shirin Hakim and Amin Mohseni-Cheraghlou

This report outlines how the Bretton Woods Institutions can mitigate the effects of growing geoeconomic fragmentation on global net-zero targets.

China Climate Change & Climate Action

Experts