New Atlanticist May 24, 2023
Russia’s ‘data glasnost’ didn’t last long. Here’s how to tell whether sanctions are working.
By Charles Lichfield
Economic data is still coming out of Russia, and Russian Central Bank Governor Elvira Nabiullina and other financial elites have been pushing for making even more data available. But that’s changing.
UkraineAlert May 23, 2023
Ukraine’s coming counteroffensive has a good chance of succeeding
By Richard D. Hooker, Jr.
Ukraine’s coming counteroffensive has a great chance of succeeding due to a number of factors including superior leadership, equipment upgrades, and strong morale, writes Richard D. Hooker, Jr.
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In-depth Research & reports
Report Apr 28, 2023
Kazakhstan could lead Central Asia in mitigating the world’s energy and food shortages
By Margarita Assenova, Ariel Cohen, and Wesley Hill
The five Central Asian states can make a meaningful contribution to mitigating the world’s energy and food deficits, but this will require determination by local governments and the commitment of Western government and business partners.
Issue Brief Apr 20, 2023
The US-EU Trade and Technology Council: Assessing the record on data and technology issues
By Frances Burwell and Andrea G. Rodríguez
The TTC must keep its forward-looking gaze, but also take steps to address challenging regulatory issues, either by oversight or direct discussion, or it will lose the essential support among stakeholders that can keep US engagement in the TTC alive.