Aug 8, 2022

Collaboration, not competition, is key to alleviating the global chip shortage

By Ridhika Batra

If the international community seeks to diversify chip manufacturing and create safety nets for future crises, then collaboration—as opposed to competition—seems a logical and prudent first step.

China Economy & Business

In the News

Aug 7, 2022

Kroenig discusses nuclear risk on NHK World-Japan

By Atlantic Council

Matthew Kroenig discusses the risks of nuclear escalation due to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the implications of China's nuclear build up, and the evolution of US nuclear posture.

Arms Control China

New Atlanticist

Aug 5, 2022

Japan may not militarize soon, but Abe’s dream lives on

By Naoko Aoki

Despite only small changes so far, it's clear that Shinzo Abe’s legacy will continue guiding Japanese defense policy.

Defense Policy East Asia

New Atlanticist

Jul 8, 2022

Shinzo Abe’s murder has shocked the world. What legacy will he leave behind?

By Atlantic Council experts

Experts from the Council’s Asia Security Initiative weigh in on what Abe’s death means for Japan’s future.

Japan Politics & Diplomacy

In the News

Jul 1, 2022

Gramer featured twice in Foreign Policy upon return from Seoul

After wrapping up one week in Seoul, Atlantic Council-Korea Foundation Journalist Fellow Robbie Gramer published two articles in Foreign Policy titled, “As Security Threats Mount, Japan and South Korea Begin (Carefully) Mending Fences” (June 30, 2022) and “Pyongyang’s Not Picking Up the Phone” (June 28, 2022). Based on interviews with South Korean officials and experts […]

Japan Korea

In the News

Jun 30, 2022

Graham cited in International Banker on the lack of incentives in the US-led Indo-Pacific Economic Framework

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Australia Central Asia

In the News

Jun 30, 2022

Lipsky cited in NBC News on G7 leaders’ discussions of alternative oil sources

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Economic Sanctions Economy & Business

In the News

Jun 27, 2022

Lawler’s continued coverage from Seoul featured in Axios

On June 24, 2022, Atlantic Council-Korea Foundation Journalist Fellow Dave Lawler published two articles, “Gender divide between young people shakes South Korean politics” and “What South Korea’s power transfer means for China and Japan,” in Axios. With regards to the gender divide, Lawler shares that South Korean politicians from both parties agree that economics primarily […]

China Japan

In the News

Jun 24, 2022

Ward’s continued coverage from Seoul featured in POLITICO

June 22-24, 2022, Atlantic Council-Korea Foundation Journalist Fellow Alex Ward was featured daily in POLITICO‘s The Inbox for “South Korea Sours on China,” “South Korea Signals Rapprochement with Japan,” and “Bolstered U.S. Military Presence Possible in Asia.” Based on continued conversations with South Korean experts and officials while in Seoul, Ward shares his insights on […]

China Japan

New Atlanticist

Jun 24, 2022

Seven trends to watch as the world’s richest countries get together

By the GeoEconomics Center

From inflation to sanctions, these are the key questions facing the G7 countries—which represent around half the global economy—at their upcoming summit.

Digital Currencies Economic Sanctions