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.

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