New AtlanticistMar 2, 2022
Russian Hybrid War Report: Social platforms crack down on Kremlin media as Kremlin demands compliance
By Digital Forensic Research Lab
Google, Meta, and Twitter are taking action against Russian state-owned media accounts to limit the spread of harmful information online.
New AtlanticistJan 3, 2022
Sudan’s democratic transition is over. Now it’s time to support the revolution.
By Cameron Hudson
The resignation of Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok offers new clarity: The United States should take a hard line against the military and back pro-democracy protesters.
EconoGraphicsDec 16, 2021
Global Sanctions Dashboard: Holiday Edition
By Julia Friedlander, Michael Albanese, Maia Nikoladze and Castellum.AI
The Global Sanctions Dashboard aims to inform economic statecraft policies by analyzing sanctions globally and identifying trends across lists in partnership with Castellum.AI.
In the NewsDec 13, 2021
Ashford in Inkstick: Debating the efficacy of US sanctions on Venezuela and Ethiopia
By Atlantic Council
On December 13, Emma Ashford was featured in Inkstick’s Adults in a Room column, writing on the Biden administration’s review of sanctions policy. “The Biden administration’s recently released sanctions review was emblematic of a core problem faced by advocates of sanctions reform. To the surprise of many, the review laid out extremely clearly some of […]
New AtlanticistNov 23, 2021
Sudan’s ‘democratic transition is inevitable,’ says the country’s just-resigned foreign minister
By Katherine Walla
Al-Madhi warned that the political agreement signed Sunday by Hamdok and Sudan’s top general “was more supportive to the coup” than the pro-democracy movement.