EconographicsJun 16, 2023
What the EU’s economic security strategy needs to achieve
By Elmar Hellendoorn
The Commission must balance members' economic relations with China and simultaneously coax them toward a more “realpolitik” view of the world. None of that will be easy.
New AtlanticistMay 24, 2023
Have Greek politics finally settled down?
By Katerina Sokou
Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis's party secured 40 percent of the vote in parliamentary elections on May 21. After more than a decade of economic troubles, Greece may be entering a new era of stability.
EconographicsMar 27, 2023
Loss of investor confidence and the banking crisis
By Hung Tran
Despite the best efforts of financial authorities following the most recent banking crisis, selloffs of bank shares and capital contingent bonds have persisted. After the sale of Credit Suisse, the most poignant example of investor concerns is the market pressure on Deutsche Bank (DB).
New AtlanticistMar 1, 2023
Croatia’s prime minister: There should be fewer roadblocks for EU enlargement to the Balkans—and Ukraine
By Nick Fouriezos
Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković appeared at an Atlantic Council Front Page event where he spoke about the war in Ukraine, his country's path to the EU, and more.
Experts reactFeb 27, 2023
Experts react: Will a new deal on Northern Ireland repair UK-EU relations?
By Atlantic Council experts
What would the deal mean for regional trade and diplomacy? What does it say about Sunak’s approach to foreign policy? Our experts ship off their answers.
Britain DebriefFeb 3, 2023
#BritainDebrief – How grave is Britain’s stagnation? | A debrief from Dr. Adam Tooze
By Ben Judah
Ben Judah spoke with Professor Adam Tooze, Director of the European Institute and Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Professor of History at Columbia University on how Britain's economic crisis looks from a historical perspective.