Blog Post by Hung TranDec 2, 2021
The Great LIBOR Transition
Blog Post by Hung Tran
Beginning in 2022, the London Interbank Offered Rates (LIBOR) will be replaced by national reference rates. While the changeover will address the problems that led to the demise of LIBOR, the national reference rates will also introduce new problems which will need to be assessed and resolved.
New Atlanticist by Josh LipskyNov 22, 2021
The Fed’s gathering storm shows why Biden chose Powell
New Atlanticist by Josh Lipsky
The Federal Reserve is packed with a powerhouse leadership team that’s well-equipped to handle inflation and labor market recovery, among other pressing issues.
Timely Commentary & Analysis by Daniel Fried, Hagar Hajjar ChemaliNov 19, 2021
AC GeoEcon Explores the Sanctions Response to the Belarus-Poland Border Face-Off
Timely Commentary & Analysis by Daniel Fried, Hagar Hajjar Chemali
Distinguished Fellow and former State Dept. Sanctions Coordinator Ambassador Daniel Fried participated in a discussion with Hagar Chemali, Senior Fellow and host of Oh My World, about the state of sanctions from the US & EU toward Belarus in light of the migrant crisis on Poland’s border
Blog Post by Amin Mohseni-CheraghlouNov 12, 2021
Labor force participation rates in G20 in five charts
Blog Post by Amin Mohseni-Cheraghlou
Labor force participation rates, down since COVID, were already declining in several G20 countries. Will labor market challenges be part of the next G20 meetings’ agenda?
Fast Thinking by Atlantic CouncilNov 6, 2021
FAST THINKING: What will the infrastructure bill actually do?
Fast Thinking by Atlantic Council
What does this soon-to-be law mean for the US economy and its place in the world? Our crack economics team is here to break down what matters.
EconoGraphics by Julia Friedlander, Clete R. WillemsNov 2, 2021
Goodbye for now, 232: Breaking down the G20 US-EU agreement on steel and aluminum
EconoGraphics by Julia Friedlander, Clete R. Willems
During the G20 summit the US and EU announced an agreement over steel and aluminum tariffs. Julia Friedlander and Non-resident senior fellow Clete Williams react to its implications.
EconoGraphics by GeoEconomics teamOct 29, 2021
G20 Balance Sheet
EconoGraphics by GeoEconomics team
Asset purchases by the Federal Reserve, European Central Bank, and the Bank of Japan, are driving most of the more than $17 trillion increase in the “G20 balance sheet”.
EconoGraphics by Mrugank Bhusari, Niels GrahamOct 29, 2021
G20 risks becoming G7 + G13
EconoGraphics by Mrugank Bhusari, Niels Graham
This year’s Summit priorities of people, planet, and prosperity seem to have forgotten another P — pandemic — that most of the world is still dealing with.