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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

Britain Debrief

Jul 27, 2022

#BritainDebrief – What does the Tory leadership contest say about race in Britain? | A Debrief from Tomiwa Owolade

By Ben Judah

Senior Fellow Ben Judah spoke with Tomiwa Owolade, contributing writer to the New Statesman magazine, on how the political advancement of ethnic minority politicians reflects on British society at large.

Civil Society Democratic Transitions

Britain Debrief

Jul 27, 2022

#BritainDebrief – Bye Boris Special: Now what? | A Debrief from Tom McTague

By Ben Judah

Senior Fellow Ben Judah interviewed Tom McTague, Staff Writer at The Atlantic, to discuss what to watch out for in both the Conservative Party and British politics in the near future.

Civil Society Democratic Transitions

In the News

Jul 27, 2022

Maliha Khan quoted in Top Africa News: Women Deliver announces WD2023 conference theme and opens registration at One-Year-Out

By Atlantic Council

Africa Civil Society

Fast Thinking

Jul 21, 2022

How to beat the extreme heat

By Atlantic Council

This is the reality of the changing climate—and it will only get worse from here. Our climate-resilience experts tell us how societies and individuals can adapt to this extreme heat.

Climate Change & Climate Action Europe & Eurasia

New Atlanticist

Jul 20, 2022

Reading between the lines of the world’s top human-trafficking report

By John Cotton Richmond

A former US ambassador dedicated to combating human trafficking breaks down seven key takeaways from the report and what they mean for the fight against this crime.

Human Rights Resilience

UkraineAlert

Jul 18, 2022

The West must take urgent steps to prevent Ukrainian economic collapse

By Bate Toms

Recent talk of a Ukrainian Marshall Plan for the post-war period is certainly welcome but Ukraine also needs action from the West without delay to avoid a potentially catastrophic economic collapse while the war continues.

Conflict Economy & Business

New Atlanticist

Jul 6, 2022

Mayors are quickly becoming international diplomats. The US can help them thrive.

By Willow Fortunoff

Mayors will have the opportunity to revitalize US foreign policy at next year's Cities Summit of the Americas—but they'll need national support to shore up their teams and capacity.

Americas Economy & Business

In-Depth Research & Reports

May 31, 2022

Share the Colombian American dream

By John Leguizamo

Colombian Americans are integral to the arts and culture in the United States. From an immigrant working-class family in Queens to a renowned artist in theater, film, and television, I share my story and aspiration for other Colombians to seize their dreams and follow in my path.

Colombia Education

In-Depth Research & Reports

May 31, 2022

Invest in diversity and inclusion

By Gregory W. Meeks

Without the participation of Afro-Colombians, Indigenous communities, and women, it is unlikely we will achieve lasting peace and stability in Colombia and meet our global climate goals. Those in power— including Congress—must make the systemic change needed for these groups to be part of the solution.

Colombia Human Rights

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