New AtlanticistMar 10, 2023
Russian War Report: Russian army advances toward Bakhmut, but its offensive capabilities remain unclear
By Digital Forensic Research Lab
The Russian army advances toward Bakhmut while a large-scale russian air attack targets civilian infrastructure.
In the NewsFeb 21, 2023
Warrick in Estonian Free Press on Drone Stikes in Iran
By Atlantic Council
On January 30, FD Nonresident Senior Fellow Thomas Warrick offered his expert opinion on the recent drones strikes in Iran conducted by Israel. Warrick argues Israel’s use of quadcopter drones in the strike not only left the Iranian regime humbled militarily and technologically, but also sent a strong reminder to the United States and the […]
New AtlanticistFeb 10, 2023
Russian War Report: DFRLab confirms Russia’s push to encircle Bakhmut
By Valentin Châtelet, Ruslan Trad, Kateryna Halstead, Nika Aleksejeva
Wagner Group soldiers are attempting to encircle Bakhmut, Ukraine. Meanwhile on the southern flank, Russian armed forces are trying to consolidate their progression towards Ivaniske.
New AtlanticistJan 31, 2023
Escalating violence and right-wing provocations are threatening Netanyahu’s Abraham Accords agenda
By Alissa Pavia
If Israel's prime minister wants to normalize relations with Saudi Arabia and other Arab nations, he will have to find a way to end the bloodshed—and keep a lid on his far-right ministers.
New AtlanticistJan 27, 2023
What will it take to deter Iran from targeting opponents inside the US?
By Atlantic Council experts
The US Department of Justice unsealed charges Friday in an alleged assassination plot directed by Iran against a US journalist. Our experts unpack the ongoing threat.
Defense Journal by Atlantic Council IN TURKEYDec 22, 2022
Being a better ally at tough times requires a genuine and full solidarity with all allies
By Basat Öztürk
Turkey's contributions to the NATO Alliance, current and historic, warrant it solidarity and understanding from its partners.
New AtlanticistDec 21, 2022
Pakistan’s foreign minister pitches more global aid and investment—and ‘less chaos’
By Nick Fouriezos
Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari spoke at an Atlantic Council Front Page event in Washington about how the international community can help Pakistan tackle its challenges.