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Thu, Nov 14, 2019

Livingston joins The World Today to discuss the historic flooding in Venice

In the News by Atlantic Council

Climate Change & Climate Action Energy & Environment

Wed, Nov 13, 2019

Ullman in UPI: Anniversaries that changed the world: 1918, 1989 and 2016?

In the News by Atlantic Council

Corruption Democratic Transitions

Tue, Nov 12, 2019

Thinking foreign policy in Russia: Think tanks and grand narratives

Russia’s post-Crimean foreign policy does not exist in a vacuum. Its ramifications are colliding with regional and global trends that are effectively destabilizing the post-Cold War international order.

Report by Anton Barbashin & Alexander Graef

Civil Society International Norms

Sun, Nov 10, 2019

Hopes and gains from Berlin Wall’s fall at risk

If US and European leaders don’t recover the common purpose they shared at that time – and there is yet little sign they will – this weekend’s Berlin Wall anniversary is more a moment for concern than celebration.

Inflection Points by Frederick Kempe

China Europe & Eurasia

Tue, Nov 5, 2019

Report Launch: Present at the Re-Creation: A Global Strategy for a World at Risk

How can the rules-based international system be re-created for the 21st century? Can and should the US re-build a liberal, rules-based international system? What goals should the US, and its allies, pursue in a changed world, where emerging risks and enduring challenges persist? Those were some of the key questions which animated the event Present […]

Insights & Impact by Atlantic Council

China European Union

Thu, Oct 31, 2019

Present at the Re-Creation: A Global Strategy for a World at Risk

How can the rules-based international system be re-created for the 21st century? Can and should the US re-build a liberal, rules-based international system? What goals should the US, and its allies, pursue in a changed world, where emerging risks and enduring challenges persist? Those were some of the key questions which animated the event Present […]

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China European Union

Wed, Oct 30, 2019

Transforming the international order: US leadership or bust

While many nations throughout the globe have seen new levels of peace and prosperity under the rules-based order that the United States and its allies built in the wake of the Second World War, “not everybody accepts those principles and values that have been the foundation of that system,” according to former US National Security Advisor Stephen J. Hadley.

New Atlanticist by Jasper Gilardi

China International Financial Institutions

Tue, Oct 22, 2019

With nuclear stakes, the world cannot afford Russian obfuscation

Purposeful misinformation and obfuscation of the truth puts the world at risk of dangerous miscalculation from policy makers, and the Russian government’s response to its most recent nuclear accident does not inspire confidence.

New Atlanticist by Doug Klain

Crisis Management International Norms

Tue, Oct 22, 2019

The rebirth of internationalism?

As the United States enters another presidential election season, its political class should make the case to the American people that internationalism is not an exercise in utopianism or charity; rather, it is the best and cheapest way to keep the United States safe and, indeed, put America first.

New Atlanticist by Paul D. Miller

International Norms United States and Canada

Tue, Oct 15, 2019

Manning in The Hill: The beginning of the end of a US role in the Middle East?

In the News by Atlantic Council

International Norms Middle East