New AtlanticistMar 24, 2023
Russian War Report: Kremlin edits footage of Mariupol visit to remove women shouting at Putin
By Digital Forensic Research Lab
After Putin was yelled at in Mariupol, the Kremlin cut the exchange from their official video. RIA Novosti published the whole interaction.
New AtlanticistMar 23, 2023
Maybe Putin should be worried: Most leaders facing international justice don’t get away free
By Thomas S. Warrick
Nearly all of the heads of state and military leaders wanted by international justice in recent decades have been brought before a court or faced 'rough justice.'
UkraineAlertMar 22, 2023
Russia’s Black Sea blockade is part of Putin’s war on international law
By Oleksiy Goncharenko
By preventing the free passage of merchant shipping in the Black Sea, Russia deprives world markets of vital Ukrainian agricultural produce while also challenging the core principles of international maritime law.
ReportMar 20, 2023
Humanitarian aid: Defining new areas of US-LAC collaboration
By Pepe Zhang, Isabel Bernhard
The US humanitarian assistance and disaster relief (HADR) system—well practiced and extensively developed—could further serve US and partners’ needs in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) and beyond through targeted improvements. Based on our experience as HADR practitioners with operational and academic expertise, we share insights from many years of working with partners in the Americas.
UkraineAlertMar 19, 2023
Putin the Pariah: War crimes arrest warrant deepens Russia’s isolation
By Anders Åslund
The ICC decision to indict Putin for war crimes is a highly consequential step that will deepen Russia’s international isolation while weakening Putin’s personal position both at home and abroad, writes Anders Åslund.
UkraineAlertMar 19, 2023
ICC arrest warrant for Putin is a step toward ending Russian impunity
By Danielle Johnson
The International Criminal Court decision to issue an arrest warrant for Putin over his alleged role in the deportation of Ukrainian children has sparked a lively debate. Is the move truly historic or merely symbolic?
MENASourceMar 17, 2023
How the war in Iraq changed the world—and what change could come next
By Atlantic Council experts
Our experts break down how this conflict has transformed not only military operations and strategy, but also diplomacy, intelligence, national security, energy security, economic statecraft, and much more.
AfricaSourceMar 13, 2023
The US has gotten the day to day right in Africa policy. Time to think bigger.
By Aubrey Hruby
The Biden administration’s commitment to high-level engagement with African leaders is welcome, but its recent US-Africa Leaders summit should have been a launch pad for big, bold ideas.