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Mar 13, 2023

N7 Initiative convenes Arab and Israeli experts to deliberate actionable policy and programming in regional agriculture, food, and water security

ABU DHABI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES—MARCH 14-16, 2023—The N7 Initiative, a partnership between the Atlantic Council and the Jeffrey M. Talpins Foundation working to strengthen and deepen Arab-Israeli normalization in the wake of the Abraham Accords, will host the N7 Conference on Agriculture, Water & Food Security March 14-16 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. This […]

Middle East

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Mar 6, 2023

Atlantic Council’s Indo-Pacific Security Initiative Adds Nine New Fellows

WASHINGTON, DC – MARCH 6, 2023 – The Atlantic Council’s Indo-Pacific Security Initiative (IPSI) announced today the addition of a diverse group of nine new fellows, as the new initiative rapidly expands its breadth of regional expertise. The initiative, housed in the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security, focuses on Indo-Pacific strategy, alliances, and […]


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Mar 2, 2023

Top foreign policy lawmakers bolster support for Global Tech Security Commission

New honorary co-chairs expand bipartisan sponsorship for tech security strategy WASHINGTON, DC – MARCH 2, 2023 – The Global Tech Security Commission announced today the naming of four federal lawmakers representing both parties and both houses of Congress as new honorary co-chairs. Senator Todd Young (R-IN), Senator Mark Warner (D-VA), Representative Michael Waltz (R-FL) and […]


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Mar 11, 2020

Atlantic Council press call: Oil market meltdown: Price wars, coronavirus, and energy geopolitics

Last week’s breakdown of OPEC+ meetings in Vienna has turned a demand side driven decline in oil prices caused by the impacts of Coronavirus into an oil price war between two oil producing giants, with US shale production the ostensible target. If the standoff continues, however, the price war might ultimately do more harm to the Saudi and Russian economies. With increasing uncertainty about the depth of Coronavirus’ impact on global growth, the price war might also contribute to a sharp decline in the global economy. Helima Croft, David L. Goldwyn, Jean-Francois Seznec, Anders Aslund, and Randolph Bell discuss ongoing market volatility, the origins of the crisis, what’s next for US shale, and the implications of it all for energy and geopolitics

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Mar 4, 2020

Atlantic Council press call: The global, domestic, and local impacts of the coronavirus on economies, risk, and communities

As the coronavirus continues to infect patients at a rapid rate, global markets have been jolted and local communities are being forced to take extraordinary measures to limit the spread of the virus. What is the latest on the US response? How will China’s economy—the world’s second largest—be impacted in the short- and long-term? What do businesses need to be thinking about as they confront a possible pandemic? And how are local communities in the US preparing? Thomas Bossert, Leland Miller, Chris Snider, James Murley, and Kathy Baughman McLeod​​​​​​​ unpack the latest on the response to the coronavirus and its deepening impacts.


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Mar 2, 2020

Atlantic Council press call: Slovakia’s general election

Slovaks headed to the polls on Saturday, February 29, to vote in a general election that had important implications for the future of the country. In Saturday’s election, voters ousted the center-left Smer-SD party, which has dominated the political landscape for over a decade, and showed clear support for the anti-corruption opposition parties, the “democratic opposition.” Amb. Daniel Fried, Corina Rebegea, Amb. Rastislav Káčer, and Benjamin Haddad unpack the results and discuss the vote’s implications on Slovakia’s future as well as the populist tide sweeping through Europe.