September 25, 2023
Civil Society in Ukraine’s Restoration
Ukrainian civil society has been busy preparing to support what they hope will be a recovery and reconstruction process that features unp...
September 27, 2023
Beyond Foreign Policy: The Domestic Consequences of Smer’s Potential Election Victory in Slovakia
The geopolitical consequences of Slovakia's September 30 elections have unleashed concern in Western capitals. A potential victory b...
September 21, 2023
The Nagorno-Karabakh Ceasefire
In our latest Quick Read, Elene Kintsurashvili examines the recent Nagorno-Karabakh ceasefire and its implications for regional stability...
Transatlantic Trends 2023 presents the results of representative surveys conducted in 14 countries on both sides of the Atlantic: Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Sweden, Türkiye, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Divided into...
"The fight for change continues, with a long road ahead, but the desire for a better future has never been stronger."
"In recent years, we have seen major advances for the LGBT community in Armenia... But there is still much work to be done, as LGBT people are still more likely to live in poverty, to experience homelessness, and to be victims of violence. That is why it is so important to celebrate Pride Month. It is a time to come together."
"As a young trans activist, I wake up terrified of what’s to come, yet I continue forward. I believe that connection and safety are what empowers us to continue forward. I was lucky enough to get that very early in my journey and am now working to provide that to others as well."
"Putin can bomb and destroy Ukrainian cities, but he has already lost this war, because the Ukrainian nation is united in will to resist and fight back, be free and sovereign. I am proud of my people, army, government, and president."
"The images you see of Belarus in the media cannot tell you everything that is happening there now. When I traveled to my home country shortly after the presidential elections, I found myself at the center of the Belarusian protests and was able to witness the events on the ground. What I saw there is both inspiring and unsettling."