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Thu, Nov 7, 2019

Die Mauer im Kopf: The legacy of division in German politics

Pressures from a new global economy and rising rates of migration have collided with the deeply rooted past of a divided Germany to make political predictability a thing of the past. Thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, Germany is still grappling with a division— the Wall in the minds of the people, rather than an actual physical barrier of steel and concrete.

Long Take by Michael John Williams

Elections Germany

Tue, Nov 5, 2019

Bryza joins TRT World to discuss impeachment proceedings and President Trump’s tax returns

In the News by Atlantic Council

Corruption Elections

Fri, Nov 1, 2019

Bryza joins Turkey’s TRT World TV to discuss the U.S. House of Representatives voting on rules of the ongoing Presidential impeachment inquiry

In the News by Atlantic Council

Corruption Elections

Fri, Nov 1, 2019

Argentina’s election: The international implications of a Fernández government

Supporters of President Mauricio Macri hope that the new Fernández government will follow a moderate and pragmatic agenda, yet there is no doubt that it will be a departure from the current course, with regional and international repercussions

New Atlanticist by Frederico Fróes

Elections International Financial Institutions

Fri, Nov 1, 2019

Simakovsky joins VOA to discuss the ramifications of the ongoing impeachment inquiry into U.S. President Donald Trump

In the News by Atlantic Council

Corruption Elections

Fri, Nov 1, 2019

Tyburski in Foreign Policy: Malawi’s election was not stolen with white-out

In the News by Atlantic Council

Africa Elections

Wed, Oct 30, 2019

Ullman in UPI: Halloween: the best of times in Trumpworld, scary for everyone else

In the News by Atlantic Council

Conflict Corruption

Wed, Oct 30, 2019

Shaffer quoted in Politico on Ukraine policy entering the U.S. arena

In the News by Atlantic Council

Elections Energy & Environment

Tue, Oct 29, 2019

A most peculiar general election

Perhaps the most important question of all, as current polling suggests, is whether voter support for Brexit or determination to see the UK remaining within the European Union proves more important than traditional party allegiance.

New Atlanticist by John M. Roberts

Elections European Union

Mon, Oct 28, 2019

Simakovsky quoted in Voice of America Ukraine on whether U.S. impeachment may affect support for Ukraine

In the News by Atlantic Council

Elections Politics & Diplomacy

Events

Wed, Nov 20, 2019

Sub-national climate action: A view of the global landscape

Limiting the increase in global average temperature to 1.5°C is within reach—but only with action across all levels of government and all segments of society. Across the United States, cities, states, and communities are executing bold, ambitious plans to reduce national emissions, even in the absence of federal leadership.

9:30am Washington DC