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New Atlanticist

Sep 8, 2022

How South Asian countries can protect their migrant workers abroad

By Elaine Zhang

India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh have a role to play in creating safer and more prosperous conditions for their citizens working abroad.

Human Rights Inclusive Growth

In the News

Sep 1, 2022

Shahid quoted in BehanBox: Navigating statelessness: How laws fail Bangladeshi trafficking survivors in India

By Atlantic Council

Bangladesh Human Rights

In the News

Aug 19, 2022

Plitsas in the Daily Signal on the humanitarian situation in Afghanistan

By Atlantic Council

Alex Plitsas comments on the US withdrawal and Afghan relocation effort

Afghanistan Conflict

In the News

Aug 14, 2022

Shuja Nawaz in Dawn: What went wrong in 1971?

By Atlantic Council

Bangladesh Conflict
Pakistan India trucks

SouthAsiaSource

Aug 12, 2022

Pakistan at 75: Learning from history to chart a better future

By Uzair Younus and Ilhan Niaz

As it celebrates seventy-five years of independence, Pakistan today “requires a change in political thinking across the political class,” says historian and author Dr. Ilhan Niaz.

Conflict Migration

Britain Debrief

Jul 27, 2022

#BritainDebrief – What future for Hong Kong? | A Debrief from Nathan Law

By Ben Judah

Senior Fellow Ben Judah interviewed Nathan Law, a Hong Kong democracy activist currently in exile in London.

China Civil Society
Ukrainian forces deploy a HIMARS precision rocket launching system on July 5, 2022. (Source: EYEPRESS via Reuters Connect)

New Atlanticist

Jul 8, 2022

Russian War Report: Ukraine uses HIMARS effectively to hit Russian ammo dumps

By Digital Forensic Research Lab

Ukranian forces are using M142 HIMARS multiple rocket launchers to systematically target Russian ammunition storage facilities behind the frontlines.  

Disinformation Migration

In the News

Jun 28, 2022

Katz quoted in GZero on whether NATO should address migration from the Moroccan border

By Atlantic Council

Middle East Migration

UkraineAlert

Jun 19, 2022

Croatia’s remarkable national journey is a source of hope for Ukraine

By Vladyslav Rashkovan

Croatia's journey from war and partial occupation by a more powerful neighbor to membership of the European Union is a source of inspiration for Ukrainians as they fight against Russia's ongoing invasion.

Conflict Democratic Transitions

Event Recap

Jun 3, 2022

European VP Schinas: ‘We have never been closer with our American friends and partners as we are now’

By Europe Center

On June 2, 2022, Margaritis Schinas, vice-president of the European Commission, joined Frances Burwell, distinguished fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Europe Center, for a conversation on transatlantic relations through the prism of Russia’s aggression against Ukraine, highlighting key aspects of the vice president’s portfolio, promoting the European way of life, including strengthening resilience in critical […]

Cybersecurity European Union

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