In the News

Dec 7, 2023

Asat quoted in The China Project on Uyghurs in Afghanistan

By Atlantic Council

Afghanistan China

Global Energy Agenda

Dec 5, 2023

Partner perspective: To make a lasting impact on carbon emissions, we must respect the developing world’s needs 

By Majid Jafar

The developing world is where the entire climate change battle will be won or lost, writes Majid Jafar, the CEO of Crescent Petroleum.

Climate Change & Climate Action Energy & Environment

New Atlanticist

Dec 1, 2023

Why India could play a pivotal role as climate mediator

By Rachel Rizzo, Théophile Pouget-Abadie

COP28 is a good opportunity for India to begin to flex its climate muscles on the world stage.

China Climate Change & Climate Action

Blog Post

Nov 20, 2023

State of the Order: Assessing September 2023

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

China Economy & Business

New Atlanticist

Nov 17, 2023

Bangladesh is at a tipping point. Here are the scenarios for a contentious election season.

By Ali Riaz

Violence and street agitations are back in full swing in Bangladesh ahead of the scheduled general elections in January 2024.

Bangladesh Elections


Nov 16, 2023

Vladimir Putin’s anti-colonial posturing should not fool the Global South

By Taras Kuzio

The countries of the Global South may have many good reasons for pursuing closer ties with Putin’s Russia, but a shared opposition to imperialism is most certainly not one of them, writes Taras Kuzio.

Africa Conflict

New Atlanticist

Nov 8, 2023

In a fractured world, does Biden’s trade policy measure up?

By Mark Linscott

The Biden administration has championed the new era in trade, seeing it as a moment to reinvest in US manufacturing and better counter China’s economic clout. However, there has been blowback.

Economy & Business India


Nov 7, 2023

What to expect from the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum

By Niels Graham

On November 15th US will host the Annual APEC Forum. There, the US is expected to make major announcements around its regional trade agreement, bilateral investment commitments, and a meeting with China's Xi Jinping.

Australia China

New Atlanticist

Nov 3, 2023

Pakistan’s long journey toward sustainable growth requires timely, free, and fair elections

By Uzair Younus

Elections should be followed by a transparent, consensus-driven process that devolves power to the grassroots level through functional local governments.

Economy & Business Pakistan

In the News

Oct 16, 2023

Indian Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman cited by the Financial Times on an increase to IMF funding

Read the full article here.

China European Union