Jul 20, 2023

“Pariah” Putin forced to cancel travel plans over fears of war crimes arrest

By Peter Dickinson

Vladimir Putin's pariah status has been confirmed after he was forced to cancel plans to attend a summit of BRICS leaders in South Africa over fears that he may be arrested for war crimes, writes Peter Dickinson.

Conflict Human Rights


Jul 11, 2023

NATO summit leaves Ukrainians frustrated

By Peter Dickinson

The 2023 NATO summit failed to deliver on hopes for a clear commitment on future Ukrainian membership, leaving many in Ukraine deeply frustrated by the apparent lack of urgency among the country's allies, writes Peter Dickinson.

Conflict Corruption
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New Atlanticist

Jul 11, 2023

Experts react: What NATO’s Vilnius summit means for Ukraine and the Alliance’s future

By Atlantic Council experts

Atlantic Council experts decode the summit's implications for Ukraine's membership, NATO's approach to China, and more.

Belarus Central Europe

New Atlanticist

Jul 10, 2023

Experts react: Erdogan just agreed to support Sweden’s NATO bid. What does that mean for Turkey, Sweden, and the Alliance?

By Atlantic Council experts

Atlantic Council experts weigh in on what’s behind this dramatic and consequential turnabout from Erdoğan and what to expect next.

Europe & Eurasia European Union


Jul 7, 2023

South Asia’s climate challenges are transnational. Its climate solutions must be, too.

By Ahsan Butt

The fundamental reality is that, for South Asia, cooperation on climate change is not a nice-to-have, but a need-to-have.

Climate Change & Climate Action Energy & Environment

New Atlanticist

Jun 30, 2023

The next European Union member is…

By Atlantic Council experts

Ten years after Croatia joined the bloc—the last country to do so—Atlantic Council experts look at eleven countries that might join next.

Central Europe Eastern Europe

In the News

Jun 22, 2023

Pavia joins BBC World Service to discuss potential outcomes as EP’s committee visits Lampedusa for a search and rescue fact-finding mission.

By Atlantic Council

Civil Society Human Rights


Jun 21, 2023

Putin’s nuclear threats will escalate as Ukraine’s counteroffensive unfolds

By Diane Francis

As Ukraine's long-awaited counteroffensive gets underway, there are fears that Russia's deteriorating military predicament could lead to an escalation in Vladimir Putin's nuclear threats, writes Diane Francis.

Conflict Disinformation


Jun 20, 2023

The way for the US to ensure Gulf security is through partnership, not policing

By David Mack

As the United States continues to work with the Gulf on security, expect blips. Despite that, Washington can get this partnership back on course.

Defense Industry Defense Policy

In the News

Jun 16, 2023

Mezran and Melcangi in Nouvelles du monde on President Saied’s Economic Dilemma

Economy & Business Financial Regulation