New Atlanticist

Mar 29, 2023

How can Latin America halt its democratic backsliding? And how can the US help?

By Antonio Garrastazu and Casey Cagley

All aid either hinders or helps democratic development, and donors to Latin America should be intentional about aligning all forms of assistance to make sure they support countries’ democratic development.

Americas Corruption


Mar 28, 2023

The real definition of victory for Ukraine

By Victor Pinchuk

Genuine Ukrainian independence will only come with the country as a member of the European Union and NATO, writes Victor Pinchuk.

Civil Society Conflict

In the News

Mar 24, 2023

Pavia joins Il Post to discuss Tunisia’s democratic backsliding  

By Atlantic Council

Africa Middle East


Mar 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.

Climate Change & Climate Action Conflict

In the News

Mar 15, 2023

Karim Mezran in The National Interest: Four Possible Scenarios for Tunisia’s Political Crisis

By Atlantic Council

North Africa Political Reform

In the News

Mar 13, 2023

Karim Mezran in Arab Digest: No End in Sight: Libya’s Consolidated Criminal Networks

By Atlantic Council

Libya Middle East


Mar 6, 2023

How Putin’s fear of democracy convinced him to invade Ukraine

By Michael John Williams

Putin's decision to launch the full-scale invasion of Ukraine was rooted in his longstanding fear that the emergence of a democratic Ukraine could serve as a catalyst for the collapse of his own autocratic regime.

Civil Society Conflict

Atlantic Debrief

Feb 2, 2023

#AtlanticDebrief – What’s Ukraine’s future with the EU? | A Debrief with Gérard Araud

Ben Judah speaks with Atlantic Council Distinguished Fellow Gérard Araud ahead of the EU-Ukraine summit on Ukraine's European path.

Economy & Business Europe & Eurasia


Jan 30, 2023

How the international community can help restore Sudan’s democracy

By Sami Abdelhalim Saeed

A number of challenges confront Sudan on its road to democracy. How the country's leaders and the international community address them could either make or break the dreams of the 2019 revolution.

Africa Democratic Transitions


Jan 24, 2023

Wartime Ukraine must maintain course from Russian past to European future

By Andrew D’Anieri

As Russia continues its genocidal war against Ukraine, it is more important than ever for Kyiv to maintain its commitment to the European future that so many Ukrainians are currently fighting for, writes Andrew D’Anieri.

Civil Society Conflict