Blog Post by Michael GreenwaldOct 1, 2021
A Digital Asset Bill of Rights
Blog Post by Michael Greenwald
Even though some may say the UN is not as effective as it was set to be, its soft power continues playing a substantial role in shaping our international community. The US government should take the lead in developing The Digital Asset Bill of Rights for Non-Authoritarian Countries to set internationally the founding principles for understanding the future of modern stores of value and means of exchange.
AfricaSource by Rama YadeSep 24, 2021
Make way for Wakanda: The UN Security Council needs an African seat
AfricaSource by Rama Yade
The Security Council was built on the principle of sovereignty and equality of all nations. Its democratization and reformation are overdue—and must consider Africa.
UkraineAlert by Peter DickinsonSep 23, 2021
Zelenskyy slams UN inaction over Putin’s Ukraine war
UkraineAlert by Peter Dickinson
In a strongly worded address at the UN, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy warned that failure to confront Russian aggression in Ukraine will have grave consequences for international security.
Fast Thinking by Atlantic CouncilSep 21, 2021
FAST THINKING: Biden’s UN reality check
Fast Thinking by Atlantic Council
President Biden spoke of "relentless diplomacy” at the UN on Tuesday. But can that relentlessness overcome transatlantic strains, not to mention a still-raging pandemic and climate crisis?
Fast Thinking by Julia FriedlanderSep 3, 2021
FAST THINKING: Who’s funding the Taliban?
Fast Thinking by Julia Friedlander
On this episode of Fast Thinking, the Atlantic Council's Julia Friedlander and Mark Nakhla, the executive vice president of Kharon, dive into the Taliban's funding networks (don't miss the helpful visuals!), which are primarily outside the reach of the international finance system.