Atlantic Council

The Atlantic Council is a non-partisan, foreign policy think tank based in Washington, D.C. that promotes constructive leadership and engagement in international affairs based on the Atlantic Community’s role in meeting global challenges. The Council provides a forum for navigating current economic and political global changes by hosting in-house events and global conferences, producing nuanced research publications from resident fellows, and writing original media pieces informing current events. These are the pieces to which I contributed while there as a Communications Intern.

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South African Municipal Elections Illuminate Wavering Position for Ruling Party
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Brexit Highlights Growth Obstacles in the Eurozone
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From Scandal to Silver Lining: Petrobras’ Offering Opportunity for Brazil’s Energy Sector
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Post Ceasefire, Entrepreneurship Enables Social Inclusion in Colombia
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Economic Growth Seen as “Path to Power” in Brazil, But Will Politics Let it Happen?
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US Isolationism Has Few Takers Abroad
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Crisis in Brazil Seen as Foreign Trade Opportunity
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Urban Development Seen as Critical to Countering Violent Extremism