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Fri, Sep 11, 2020

Mobilizing the Free World to advance public health

The COVID-19 crisis has proven beyond all doubt that America and its democratic allies lack essential resiliency against pandemics. Now is the time to change this unacceptable state of affairs through innovative approaches to biodefense, economic development, and trade.

New Atlanticist by Carl J. Schramm and Henrik Fogh Rasmussen

Coronavirus International Markets

Tue, Sep 8, 2020

The rise of Central Bank digital currencies

What exactly is a Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) and how is it different than your credit card?

EconoGraphics by GeoEconomics Program and Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs

Digital Policy Economic Sanctions

Thu, Sep 3, 2020

Can the US and Germany finally see eye to eye on China?

After much too long a time, the political climate towards China and Russia is finally starting to change in Berlin. This is an opportunity for the United States and Germany to re-engage and turn Germany from a weak link in the transatlantic alliance to a reliable partner.

New Atlanticist by Roderick Kefferpütz

China Germany

Mon, Aug 17, 2020

Hillary Clinton: The work awaiting the next US president will be ‘overwhelming’

Just ahead of the Democratic National Convention, former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said that if Joe Biden and his running mate Kamala Harris were to win the 2020 US presidential election, their administration must be prepared to advance on several domestic and international fronts simultaneously because the work they’ll face is “rather overwhelming.”

Elections 2020 by Katherine Walla

China Elections

Mon, Aug 17, 2020

Burrows and Manning in The National Interest: What Happens When America Is No Longer the Undisputed Super Power?

In the News by Atlantic Council

China Europe & Eurasia

Sun, Jul 26, 2020

How much money is the G20 spending?

Our new fiscal firepower heat map, updated through June, shows how G20 COVID-19 crisis spending now compares to the Global Financial Crisis. While nearly every country is spending significantly more than a decade ago, China is still spending less.

EconoGraphics by GeoEconomics Center

China Economy & Business

Wed, Jul 22, 2020

Hudson quoted in Foreign Policy on the politics behind leadership selection for the new United Nations mission to Sudan

In the News by Atlantic Council

Africa Democratic Transitions

Wed, Jul 22, 2020

Peering through the fog: The liberal international order in the real world

The liberal order gave the world generations of general great power peace and unprecedented prosperity. Stack that against the first half of the twentieth century.

New Atlanticist by Daniel Fried

International Norms International Organizations

Wed, Jul 22, 2020

As candidates to be the next WTO leader call for reform, destructive subsidy practices must loom large

The director general race likely must run its course before a group of WTO Members can press ahead to launch a new negotiation on subsidies. But the WTO cannot afford to be on the sidelines for long.

New Atlanticist by Mark Linscott

International Organizations Trade

Wed, Jul 15, 2020

The G20 needs to do more to address the human toll of COVID-19

If the wealthy countries cannot support measures to stave off a humanitarian crisis, the damage will run deeper than the resurgence of hunger and disease. The political repercussions will take the shape of civil strife, extremism, and mass migration. The G20 will do irreparable damage to social cohesion and international cooperation if it fails to act decisively.

New Atlanticist by Jeremy Mark

Coronavirus G20