New Atlanticist

Jun 20, 2024

Rethinking the NATO burden-sharing debate

By Valbona Zeneli, Philippe Dickinson

As more allies cross the threshold of spending 2 percent of their gross domestic product on defense, it’s time for the conversation to evolve.

Europe & Eurasia NATO


Jun 15, 2024

The view from Kyiv: Why Ukrainian NATO membership is in US interests

By Alyona Getmanchuk

US President Joe Biden recently voiced his skepticism over Ukrainian NATO membership, but enabling Ukraine to join the alliance would be in American interests, writes Alyona Getmanchuk.

Conflict Defense Policy

In the News

Jun 14, 2024

Tannebaum cited by The Banker on US secondary sanctions and foreign banks in Russia

Read the full article here.

Economic Sanctions International Financial Institutions

In the News

Jun 14, 2024

Bauerle Danzman featured in New Enlightenment podcast on US-China economic competition

Listen to the full podcast here.

China Financial Regulation

In the News

Jun 14, 2024

House published in Bloomberg Law on US public-private investment in critical technology

Read the full article here.

Digital Policy Technology & Innovation

Fast Thinking

Jun 13, 2024

Ukraine’s fight against Russia gets three boosts from the G7

By Atlantic Council

Fifty billion dollars, a new US-Ukraine security agreement, and more sanctions on Russia. Atlantic Council experts delve into the latest developments from Italy.

Conflict Economic Sanctions

New Atlanticist

Jun 12, 2024

Seven charts that will define the G7 summit

By Atlantic Council GeoEconomics Center experts

These charts illustrate the essential economic data that will drive G7 leaders’ decisions when they meet in Italy from June 13 to 15.

Economic Sanctions Economy & Business

Inflection Points

Jun 12, 2024

A Putin summer surprise for NATO? Worries are growing.

By Frederick Kempe

The Russian president likely wants to undercut NATO’s upcoming summit in Washington. The Alliance should ready a surprise of its own.

Conflict Europe & Eurasia


Jun 12, 2024

Intentionally vague: How Saudi Arabia and Egypt abuse legal systems to suppress online speech

By Dina Sadek, Layla Mashkoor, Iain Robertson, Andy Carvin

Egypt and Saudi Arabia are weaponizing vaguely written domestic media, cybercrime, and counterterrorism laws to target and suppress dissent, opposition, and vulnerable groups.

Digital Policy Disinformation

In the News

Jun 11, 2024

McCord joins MSNBC to discuss Trump’s response to guilty verdict

By Atlantic Council

Politics & Diplomacy Rule of Law