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UkraineAlert by Oleksandr Yermakov, Olena Halushka

Dec 4, 2021

How anti-reform messages are replacing pro-Russian rhetoric on Ukrainian TV

UkraineAlert by Oleksandr Yermakov, Olena Halushka

With openly pro-Russian propaganda no longer effective in today's Ukraine, the country's remaining Kremlin supporters are now focusing their efforts on promoting anti-Western narratives in the Ukrainian media.

Civil Society Conflict

In the News by Atlantic Council

Dec 3, 2021

Nooruddin contributes to an opinion in Foreign Affairs: The Hidden Threat to Globalization – Why the Developing World Is Turning Against Free Trade

In the News by Atlantic Council

Economy & Business Europe & Eurasia

UkraineAlert by Denis MacShane

Dec 2, 2021

Russian threat should revive Ukraine’s stalled domestic reform efforts

UkraineAlert by Denis MacShane

The threat of a major escalation in Russian aggression should help revive Ukraine's stalled domestic reform efforts and push the country towards the transformation that Ukrainians have been demanding for decades.

Civil Society Conflict

In the News by Atlantic Council

Dec 2, 2021

Ashford in War on the Rocks: “Even the best intentions in foreign policy can easily go awry”

In the News by Atlantic Council

On December 2, Ashford’s picks for best books were featured in the War on the Rocks Christmas Reading List. On Christopher Clark’s, The Sleepwalkers: How Europe Went to War in 1914: “This classic 2012 book is perhaps the best history book I’ve ever read. It combines large-scale historical trends with the minutiae of diplomatic history: […]

English Politics & Diplomacy

MENASource by Abbas Kadhim

Dec 2, 2021

The failed assassination attempt on PM Mustafa al-Kadhimi is a reminder of Iraq’s deferred priorities

MENASource by Abbas Kadhim

The Iraqi government correctly recognized that the response to this assault on democracy shouldn’t involve unconstitutional and extra-judicial means, as this would essentially be aiding the perpetrators—whoever they might be—in accomplishing what they failed to impose by violence.

Iraq Middle East

New Atlanticist by Harris A. Samad

Dec 1, 2021

The world must carefully engage with Afghanistan. Here’s how.

New Atlanticist by Harris A. Samad

Ignoring Afghanistan would be a catastrophic mistake for the international community—as would be a rush to recognize the Taliban.

Afghanistan Crisis Management

In the News by Atlantic Council

Dec 1, 2021

Klain in The Hill: Putin’s Russia is all we feared it would be

In the News by Atlantic Council

“For years, experts have warned that Russian President Vladimir Putin has taken his country from the nascent democracy that emerged in 1991 at the end of the Soviet Union to a revanchist, revisionist power seeking to aggressively reassert the Kremlin’s primacy — both in the world and at home in Russia. Individual flashpoints over the […]

English Politics & Diplomacy

In the News by Atlantic Council

Dec 1, 2021

Sakhi deliver Biannual McMillan-Stewart Lecture on Afghanistan’s Traditional and Non-Traditional Security Issues and Regional Implications

In the News by Atlantic Council

Afghanistan Conflict

IranSource by Anonymous

Dec 1, 2021

Iran’s COVID-19 deaths ‘2.5 times higher’ than health ministry numbers

IranSource by Anonymous

Despite reassuring statistics, Iran—which already has the highest number of deaths and cases in the Middle East—appears to be entering a sixth wave of COVID-19 with no end in sight.

Iran Middle East

UkraineAlert by Sergiy Tsivkach

Nov 30, 2021

Transforming Ukraine into an international manufacturing hub

UkraineAlert by Sergiy Tsivkach

Ukraine is taking steps to build on the country's huge potential as a major international manufacturing hub and is now seeking to attract international investment that can drive further economic growth.

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