News

The Daily Telegraph quotes Atlantic Council Executive VP Damon Wilson on President Obama's reaction to the crisis in Ukraine:

Read More

On Wednesday, March 12, the Atlantic Council’s South Asia Center and the Dinu Patricu Eurasia Center and the US Department of State’s South and Central Asian Affairs Bureau hosted a special Capitol Hill briefing with US Ambassadors to four South Asian and four Central Asian nations.

Read More

‘My Biggest Concern’ Is Sustaining America’s Innovation, ‘Can-Do Ethos’


The new Atlantic Council chairman, former Utah governor and US Ambassador Jon Huntsman discussed his broad vision for US foreign policy, underscoring that a strong American role in the world relies most of all on maintaining an innovative, problem-solving approach to national challenges despite the partisan gridlock of Washington politics. In his first extended public forum since taking up the Council’s chairmanship in January, Huntsman responded to questions from journalists, business leaders, and Council members.

Read More

Ian Brzezinski, senior fellow for the Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security, is quoted by Deutsche Welle on Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk's visit to the White House:

Read More

On March 12, 2014,  NATO Assistant Secretary General for Emerging Security Challenges, Ambassador Sorin Ducaru met with experts from the Atlantic Council's Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security to discuss NATO's cybersecurity challenges.

Read More

Atlantic Council Africa Center Director J. Peter Pham was a featured speaker at a panel discussion at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). The event, which focused on “Crisis in the Horn: How Can the US Support a More Stable and Secure Somalia?,” was moderated by Peter Lewis, associate professor and director of the African Studies Program at SAIS. The other speaker was Harun Maruf, senior editor and broadcaster at the Voice of America’s Somali Service.

Read More

Adrian Karatnykcy, senior fellow for the Transatlantic Relations program, joins NPR's Morning Edition to discuss the conflict in Crimea:

Read More

ABC New reports on Ukrainian PM Arseniy Yatsenyuk's visit to Washington:

Read More

Three years after a wave of popular uprisings swept aside long-standing regimes in Egypt, Tunisia, Libya, and Yemen, the future of the region remains uncertain. The Rafik Hariri Center for the Middle East held a panel discussion on March 11th to discuss the current state of the Arab transitions to look ahead at economic and political trends to watch throughout the region. The discussion featured Ellen Laipson, President and CEO of the Stimson Center, Yasser El-Shimy of Boston University, and Hariri Center senior fellow Mohsin Khan. Mirette F. Mabrouk, the Hariri Center deputy director for regional programs, moderated the discussion.

Read More