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New Atlanticist

Apr 18, 2024

Experts react: The US just reimposed sanctions on Venezuela. What does this mean for energy markets and Venezuela’s election?

By Atlantic Council experts

The United States will reimpose oil sanctions on Venezuela, faulting Nicolás Maduro’s government for failing to uphold the October 2023 Barbados Agreement.

Economic Sanctions Economy & Business

In the News

Apr 8, 2024

Wald featured in Bloomberg: JPMorgan makes the case that high rates are actually driving inflation

International Markets Middle East


Apr 3, 2024

Ukraine’s allies divided over drone campaign targeting Russian refineries

By Giorgi Revishvili

Ukraine's expanding campaign of drone strikes on Russian refineries has inflicted significant damage on Putin’s oil and gas industry while also revealing divisions among Ukraine’s allies, writes Giorgi Revishvili.

Conflict Drones


Apr 3, 2024

Central and Eastern Europe needs to rethink its approach to energy security

By Pawel Czyzak and Nolan Theisen

The upcoming Three Seas Initiative Summit is an opportune time for Central and Eastern European leaders to pivot toward clean, affordable, and local renewables to build energy security.

Central Asia Central Europe

New Atlanticist

Mar 28, 2024

The axis of evasion: Behind China’s oil trade with Iran and Russia

By Kimberly Donovan, Maia Nikoladze

Beijing has developed a way to import Iranian and Russian oil while bypassing the Western financial system and shipping services.

China Economy & Business

In the News

Mar 27, 2024

Ralby quoted in the Washington Post on the Baltimore bridge collapse

Cybersecurity Maritime Security

In the News

Mar 26, 2024

Ellinas in Financial Mirror: Egypt’s natgas woes continue

China Energy & Environment

In the News

Mar 25, 2024

Ellinas in Financial Mirror: Oil prices to keep on rising

Energy & Environment Energy Transitions

In the News

Mar 25, 2024

Goldwyn quoted in S&P Global Commodity Insights on Venezuelan sanctions

Economic Sanctions Energy & Environment


Mar 20, 2024

Peacemaking through curbing Russian oil and gas exports

By Svitlana Romanko and Oleh Savytskyi

As Russia’s aggression in Ukraine continues, Western governments have available tools to limit the Kremlin's war budget. They can do this by plugging the gaps in sanctions against Russian oil and gas exports—and severing a critical revenue stream supporting the Kremlin’s war machine.

China Economic Sanctions