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Econographics

Feb 13, 2024

The IRA and CHIPS Act are supercharging US manufacturing construction

By Niels Graham

The IRA and CHIPS Act are driving a new construction boom of American manufactures to build the next generation of facilities to produce electronics and green goods for the energy transition

Economy & Business Energy Transitions

UkraineAlert

Feb 8, 2024

President Zelenskyy’s dual citizenship proposal presents wartime dilemmas

By Mark Temnycky

President Zelenskyy's recent proposal to allow dual citizenship is a potentially popular but impractical measure in the current wartime conditions, writes Mark Temnycky.

Civil Society Conflict
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Econographics

Feb 8, 2024

Is the EU missing another tech wave with AI?

By Ryan Murphy

Policymakers in the United States and European Union view generative AI as one of the technological “commanding heights” of the coming decade. Are EU startups falling behind on funding?

Digital Policy European Union

New Atlanticist

Feb 8, 2024

Global LNG markets are transforming. It’s an opportunity to enhance energy security.

By David L. Goldwyn, Joseph Webster

Climate change and technology are decreasing European natural gas demand in the winter, at the same time as the “equatorialization” of LNG demand is changing world markets.

Energy & Environment Europe & Eurasia

New Atlanticist

Feb 7, 2024

Charles Michel’s U-turn has not solved the thorny question of who the next European Council president will be

By Francis Shin

In early January, the current European Council president announced that he would run in the 2024 European Parliament elections, only to reverse his decision later the same month.

Elections European Union

Global Energy Agenda

Feb 7, 2024

Energy security is global security

By Geoffrey R. Pyatt

The energy transition has been and will continue to be an important element in ensuring our long-term energy security. But for the energy transition to succeed, it must be just.

Energy & Environment Energy Transitions

Atlantic Debrief

Feb 5, 2024

#AtlanticDebrief – How did EU leaders approve the Ukraine Facility? | A Debrief from Dave Keating

Rachel Rizzo sits down with NRSF and France 24 Brussels correspondent Dave Keating to discuss the outcomes of the special EUCO summit and support for Ukraine.

European Union Politics & Diplomacy

UkraineAlert

Feb 1, 2024

Europe United: EU leaders agree on long-term support package for Ukraine

By Peter Dickinson

The European Union confirmed a landmark $54 billion aid package for Ukraine on February 1 in Brussels, after EU leaders were able to overcome opposition from Hungary.

Conflict European Union

New Atlanticist

Feb 1, 2024

Ursula von der Leyen has delivered major wins on decarbonization. What would she do with another term?

By Francis Shin, Théophile Pouget-Abadie

As her first term comes to an end, von der Leyen’s European Commission leaves a landmark legacy for clean energy.

Climate Change & Climate Action Energy & Environment

New Atlanticist

Feb 1, 2024

Experts react: The EU just approved a 50 billion euro aid package for Ukraine. How will it impact the war?

By Atlantic Council experts

The breakthrough follows weeks of resistance from Hungary and comes as the two-year mark of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine draws near.

Conflict European Union

Experts