In the News

Aug 12, 2022

Roberts featured in SupChina

On August 5, Senior Fellow Dexter Tiff Roberts published an article, “Jeep shuts China factory as decoupling continues,” in SupChina. Roberts discusses Jeep’s decision to close its last remaining factory in China, over broken trust with the Chinese government. More broadly, he describes the larger picture for multinationals in China as “not pretty,” due to […]

China Economy & Business
Pakistan India trucks


Aug 12, 2022

Pakistan at 75: Learning from history to chart a better future

By Uzair Younus and Ilhan Niaz

As it celebrates seventy-five years of independence, Pakistan today “requires a change in political thinking across the political class,” says historian and author Dr. Ilhan Niaz.

Conflict Migration

New Atlanticist

Aug 12, 2022

Afghan resistance leader Ahmad Massoud: There is ‘no other option’ but to fight on against the Taliban

By Atlantic Council

“Unfortunately,” Massoud told the Atlantic Council, Taliban leaders “have not changed. They are even more radical than before.”

Afghanistan Conflict

New Atlanticist

Aug 11, 2022

The uncomfortable economic truth behind Xi Jinping’s Taiwan threats

By Jeremy Mark

Both countries’ economies stand to lose if the situation in the Taiwan Strait continues to escalate.

China Economic Sanctions

Issue Brief

Aug 11, 2022

China Pathfinder: Q2 2022 Update

By GeoEconomics Center and Rhodium Group

Over the past ten months, teams from the Atlantic Council and Rhodium Group have taken a dive into China’s economy to address a fundamental question: Is China becoming more or less like other open-market economies? 

China Fiscal and Structural Reform

New Atlanticist

Aug 11, 2022

I wrote NATO’s lessons from Afghanistan. Now I wonder: What have we learned?

By John Manza

NATO can't afford to expend precious resources in places that don’t matter to its core interests—lest the Alliance risk losing future conflicts in places that really do.

Afghanistan Democratic Transitions


Aug 10, 2022

Dragon tails: Preserving international cybersecurity research

By Stewart Scott, Sara Ann Brackett, Yumi Gambrill, Emmeline Nettles, Trey Herr

A quantitative study on whether legal context can impact the supply of vulnerability research with detrimental effects for cybersecurity writ large through the coordinated vulnerability disclosure process (CVD), using recent regulations in China as a case study.

China Cybersecurity

Event Recap

Aug 10, 2022

Event recap: Should overseas Pakistanis have a vote in Pakistan?

By Vrinda Batra

On August 4, 2022, the Atlantic Council’s South Asia Center along with the Muslim American Leadership Alliance hosted an in-person conversation on the history, politicization, and future of overseas voting in Pakistan.

Civil Society Elections

Blog Post

Aug 9, 2022

State of the Order: Assessing July 2022

The State of the Order breaks down the month's most important events impacting the democratic world order.

Americas China

In the News

Aug 8, 2022

Nonresident senior fellow Jeremy Mark interviewed in Al Jazeera on the China-Taiwan trade relationship in light of Pelosi visit

Watch the full interview here.

China Economy & Business