May 11, 2022

Full transcript: 2022 Distinguished Leadership Awards salute the people of Ukraine, Mario Draghi, and more

By Atlantic Council

The Italian prime minister, businessman Claudio Descalzi, and Ukrainian singer Jamala were among the honorees at the Atlantic Council's premier gala event Wednesday night.

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New Atlanticist

May 9, 2022

Remembering the uncommon life of attorney DeVier Pierson

By Bob Burke

The former Atlantic Council board member passed away April 21 at age 90 after a distinguished legal career. Read tributes to Pierson from across our network.

Politics & Diplomacy Rule of Law


May 4, 2022

Putin’s Ukraine War: Desperate Belarus dictator strikes back

By Brian Whitmore

Belarus dictator Alyaksandr Lukashenka is seeking to introduce the death penalty for anti-war activists who are sabotaging Russian troop movements in protest over Belarus's supporting role in Putin's Ukraine invasion.

Belarus Conflict

In the News

Apr 24, 2022

Manning in The National Interest: The coming anarchy in outer space

By Atlantic Council

On April 24, Robert Manning published an article in the National Interest with Peter Wilson concerning international space activities. They argue that space is becoming increasingly anarchic, and advocate for a return to heavier international regulations on humanity’s final frontier. “It is a sign of the times that NASA, whose accords would be a strong […]

China Defense Technologies

In the News

Apr 22, 2022

Qaddour joins the Henry Jackson Society to discuss international law and Russian aggression in Ukraine

By Atlantic Council

Conflict Europe & Eurasia

In the News

Apr 18, 2022

Nia joins WNYC Studios to discuss international law and Russian war crimes in Ukraine

By Atlantic Council

Corruption Europe & Eurasia

In the News

Apr 14, 2022

Asat in Foreign Policy: China’s Transnational Repression Gets Saudi Backing

By Atlantic Council

China Civil Society

In the News

Apr 12, 2022

Nia in NBC News: Is Brittney Griner a Russian hostage?

By Atlantic Council

Civil Society Human Rights


Apr 11, 2022

The days of elite deals in Sudan should be over

By Cameron Hudson

It is not too late for Washington to correct the course on Sudan and help stave off another democracy-delaying elite pact.

Africa Politics & Diplomacy


Apr 8, 2022

Perseverance can bring Russian war criminals including Putin to justice

By Thomas S. Warrick

Patience and perseverance are vital as efforts get underway to bring Vladimir Putin and members of the Russian military to justice for crimes against humanity committed during the war in Ukraine.

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