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New Atlanticist

Dec 2, 2022

The big problems you won’t hear about at the EU-US Trade and Technology Council

By Kenneth Propp

The TTC’s exclusion of the issues of greatest import in transatlantic economic affairs does not inspire confidence that it will prove to be a lasting institution.

Economy & Business Europe & Eurasia

New Atlanticist

Dec 2, 2022

Policy memo: How the EU and US should overcome their trade and supply-chain disputes

By Charles Lichfield and Georg Riekeles

Ahead of the next meeting of the US-EU Trade and Technology Council, here are five tests for the EU and United States to show progress on the trade and supply-chains agenda.

Economy & Business European Union

Atlantic Debrief

Nov 30, 2022

#AtlanticDebrief – What is in store for US-French relations? | A Debrief from Georgina Wright

Europe Center Senior Director Jörn Fleck speaks with Institut Montaigne's Senior Fellow and Director of the Europe Program, Georgina Wright, to discuss President Macron's state visit to Washington, DC, US-French relations, and more.

Economy & Business European Union

AC Selects

Nov 28, 2022

AC Selects: China’s authoritarianism, Ukraine’s energy infrastructure & COP27

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Africa China

Atlantic Debrief

Nov 22, 2022

#AtlanticDebrief – What is the state of transatlantic trade & tech? | A Debrief from Tyson Barker and Ken Propp

Europe Center Senior Director Jörn Fleck speaks with Tyson Barker and Kenneth Propp on the upcoming meeting of the US-EU Trade and Technology Council, European digital sovereignty, and more.

Digital Policy Economy & Business

In the News

Nov 22, 2022

Wieslander in WSJ China on Polish missile incident

Anna Wieslander, the Atlantic Council’s director for Northern Europe, said in an interview to Wall Street Journal China that Poland’s hard-line stance on the Ukraine war could create a potential rift within NATO if the Polish government pushes for a strong and rapid NATO response to Russia. However, she said, the government has shown restraint […]

NATO Northern Europe

In the News

Nov 16, 2022

Wieslander interviewed by Sveriges Radio on missile striking Poland

“Ukraine has a right to self defence,” Anna Wieslander said to Sveriges Radio. This incident would not have occurred “if Russia was not attacking Ukraine.”

Europe & Eurasia NATO

In the News

Nov 11, 2022

Wieslander in Chatham House interview:”How will Sweden’s right turn affect its foreign policy priorities?”

Although the Sweden Democrats are not formally part of Sweden’s new government, the ruling minority coalition will depend on parliamentary support from the far-right party, giving them influence over government policy for the first time. This represents a clear shift to the right for a country with a long history of social democratic governments. How will this change […]

Elections Europe & Eurasia

In the News

Nov 10, 2022

Wieslander speaks to Sveriges Radio “Russia Correspondents” podcast

“Tough rhetoric and warnings from Putin have not been matched” by the movement of tactical nuclear weapons, Anna Wieslander said, giving her analysis of Russian nuclear threats.

NATO Northern Europe

New Atlanticist

Nov 10, 2022

Can Meloni hold together Italy’s fractious governing coalition while staying tough on Russia?

By Nick O’Connell

Italian domestic politics risk spilling across borders and testing EU and NATO unity in the face of Russian aggressions.

Democratic Transitions Elections