Featured Event: The EU-US Defense & Future Forum
Spotlight: The West’s Support to Ukraine
Trackers and Data Visualizations May 13, 2022
Ukraine Aid Tracker: Mapping the West’s support to counter Russia’s invasion
By Emma Nix, Akshat Dhankher, Nancy Messieh
The West has shown a common understanding of the need to support Ukraine with military and humanitarian aid. Our interactive maps track the aid that Western countries are sending.
New Atlanticist May 18, 2022
Dashboard: Tracking the Western response to the war in Ukraine
By Atlantic Council
Explore the Atlantic Council’s interactive trackers for how the world has responded by sending humanitarian and military aid, redeploying forces, and hammering Russia’s economy.
Featured commentary & analysis
The Europe Center uses real-time commentary and analysis to explain to key audiences in America current developments in Europe and how they affect the transatlantic relationship.
New Atlanticist Jun 23, 2022
EU vice-president takes on disinformation: ‘We need to end the digital Wild West’
By Dan Peleschuk
Věra Jourová, vice-president of the European Commission for values and transparency, delved into the dangers of disinformation at the Atlantic Council’s EU-US Defense & Future Forum.
Event Recap Jun 23, 2022
‘Strategic autonomy is strategic responsibility.’ How the war in Ukraine reshaped transatlantic security debates.
By Damir Marusic
Russia’s attack on Ukraine has rewired the debate around transatlantic security. Transatlantic leaders at the Atlantic Council’s EU-US Defense & Future Forum discussed what has—and hasn’t—changed in the last four months.
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Report Feb 15, 2022
The Afghan refugee crisis: How to resurrect the global refugee resettlement coalition
By Rory Stewart
Six months after the fall of Kabul, the humanitarian situation in Afghanistan has deteriorated at an alarming rate. The threat of famine and economic collapse looms over the entire country. Consequently, many Afghans are fleeing both these appalling conditions and the oppressive Taliban that now control the country.
Issue Brief May 19, 2021
Proposal for a US-EU Digital Council: Building a comprehensive conversation
By Frances Burwell
As the new Biden administration confronts its foreign policy priorities, it should not avoid the looming digital debate with its European allies. With the European Union serving as the leader in digital regulation, policy on the digital space is by no means aligned between US and European policymakers. From digital taxation to data storage and privacy rights, issues that will define the success or failure of transatlantic digital policy—with hundreds of billions of dollars on the line—remain unsettled.
Issue Brief Oct 8, 2021
Global Britain: An American review
By Dame Karen Pierce, Max Bergmann, Peter Rough, Rachel Ellehuus, Yakov Feygin, Nate Sibley, Livia Godaert, Leah Scheunemann, Safa Shahwan Edwards, Margaret Jackson, Olivier-Remy Bel, Damir Marusic, Jörn Fleck, Julia Friedlander, Frances Burwell, James Batchik
What is happening to Britain in the world? Since 2016, when Brexit began with the United Kingdom’s shock “leave” vote to quit the European Union, the conversation has become almost impossible to have without entering into a fierce and polemical debate surrounding the country’s departure.
By convening American and European leaders, through public events and workshops, the Europe Center promotes dialogue to bolster the transatlantic partnership.