In the News

Jan 21, 2022

The China Pathfinder project was cited by Voice of America on the Chinese government’s direct control over enterprises, and how this compares to the open market economy average

By GeoEconomics Center

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China Economy & Business


Jan 19, 2022

Outbound investments may spell trouble for US national security. Can screening reduce the risk?

By Atlantic Council

The US government is aware of the ways that outbound investment flows to countries like China can harm national security. Can screening those investments help the United States boost its own protection?

China Economy & Business


Jan 13, 2022

Up, up, & away: Global stock growth in 2022

By Niels Graham

In 2022 stock markets generating impressive returns in despite uncertainty over the pandemic. Market gains will likely continue into 2022.

China Economy & Business

New Atlanticist

Jan 10, 2022

Intel CEO: Expect semiconductor shortages into 2023

By Katherine Walla

This year “will remain a year of very constrained supply chains,” Intel CEO Patrick Gelsinger said at the Atlantic Council, and “we expect the shortages to continue into 2023.” 

Economy & Business European Union

In the News

Jan 10, 2022

GeoEconomics Center analysis on a contractual dispute between the US and Israeli governments and a Chinese construction company was cited in Politico

By Josh Lipsky

Read the analysis here.

China Economy & Business

In the News

Jan 7, 2022

Tran’s issue brief on U.S.-China decoupling was cited in CRS report on COVID’s potential implications for the international security environment

By Hung Tran

Read the full report here.

China Economy & Business

In the News

Jan 6, 2022

Chamlou joins BBC to discuss the impacts of Iran’s weakening middle class

By Atlantic Council

Economy & Business Inclusive Growth

New Atlanticist

Jan 3, 2022

The United States must ensure semiconductor supply-chain resilience—not allocate short supplies

By Robert Dohner

The current semiconductor shortage, now expected to persist well into 2022, stands out both for its longevity and consequences. The United States and its partners, like South Korea and Taiwan, can set the global standard for resiliency.

Economy & Business International Markets

New Atlanticist

Dec 21, 2021

By the numbers: The global economy in 2021

By GeoEconomics Center

As the year comes to a close, our GeoEconomics Center experts explore the numbers behind the headlines that best capture the shape of the global economy in 2021—and what lies in store for 2022.

Economy & Business Financial Regulation


Dec 16, 2021

Global Sanctions Dashboard: Holiday Edition

By Julia Friedlander, Michael Albanese, Maia Nikoladze and Castellum.AI

The Global Sanctions Dashboard aims to inform economic statecraft policies by analyzing sanctions globally and identifying trends across lists in partnership with Castellum.AI.

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