New Atlanticist

Dec 2, 2022

What to expect from the new Russian oil price cap

By Reed Blakemore, Charles Lichfield, Brian O’Toole

As the EU comes to an agreement on a $60 price cap, here's how it will work—and what impacts the world will see on the global and Russian economy.

Economy & Business Energy & Environment


Dec 2, 2022

The Africa investment imperative: Diversification and resilience amid economic downturns

By Aubrey Hruby and Guillaume Arditti

At a time when investors are faced with high risks due to a global economic downturn, African markets are a viable investment opportunity.

Africa Democratic Transitions

New Atlanticist

Dec 2, 2022

The big problems you won’t hear about at the EU-US Trade and Technology Council

By Kenneth Propp

The TTC’s exclusion of the issues of greatest import in transatlantic economic affairs does not inspire confidence that it will prove to be a lasting institution.

Economy & Business Europe & Eurasia

Issue Brief

Nov 30, 2022

Windfall: How Russia managed oil and gas income after invading Ukraine, and how it will have to make do with less

By Charles Lichfield

The "Fortress Russia" strategy has helped Moscow withstand the initial shock of Western sanctions but the domestic economic outlook is grim.

Economic Sanctions Economy & Business

New Atlanticist

Nov 17, 2022

How to prevent the next FTX

By JP Schnapper-Casteras

There are steps that policymakers and the industry can take now to build transparency and trust—thereby protecting consumers and avoiding a repeat of this disaster.

Digital Currencies Digital Policy

In the News

Nov 14, 2022

Econographics piece by Graham reprinted in the Estonian Free Press

Read the full piece here.

China Economy & Business

New Atlanticist

Nov 10, 2022

Will Xi take a new economic direction? China has trillions at stake.

By Niels Graham

Without reform, China's economy could be five trillion dollars smaller than projected by the end of the decade—with ramifications for global growth.

China Economy & Business


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


Nov 2, 2022

Digital sovereignty in practice: The EU’s push to shape the new global economy

By Frances Burwell, Kenneth Propp

What does the European Union push for "digital sovereignty" mean in practice? Frances Burwell and Ken Propp provide an update to digital sovereignty and its transatlantic impacts.

Digital Policy Economy & Business

Issue Brief

Oct 27, 2022

Our guide to friend-shoring: Sectors to watch

By Hung Tran

This article aims to document the progress, potential, limits, and implications of friend-shoring, focusing on five key sectors.

China Europe & Eurasia