On the heels of Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s visit to the United States, Energy & Environment Program Associate Director Mihaela Carstei joins CTV to discuss the Keystone Pipeline project that would transport tar sands oil from Canada and the northern United States to refineries in the Gulf coast of Texas.
Joshua Foust, a member of the Atlantic Council's Young Atlanticist Working Group, is DC-based analyst who writes about strategy, counterterrorism, and futures. He is the author of Afghanistan Journal: Selections from Registan.net.His website is JoshuaFoust.com.
He was previously a fellow at the American Security Project and a civilian cultural advisor for the US Army.
While living in Kazakhstan in 2003, Joshua began a torrid love affair with Central Asia that hasn’t yet petered out. In real life he’s spent the vast majority of his adult life doing defense and intelligence consulting.
In addition to writing for Registan.net, Joshua edits the Afghanistan roundups section at Global Voices Online. His writing has appeared in World Politics Review, The Christian Science Monitor, Reuters, and several other publications, both American and international, where he’s discussed energy policy, military policy, and the cultural components of warfare. Joshua is a regular contributor to The Columbia Journalism Review, where he analyzes American media coverage of conflict zones.
Joshua is a native speaker of English, decent at French, knows just enough street Russian to get around a market and the mashrutkas, and is learning Farsi at an abysmal pace when not consumed with work or writing.
On May 22, the Atlantic Council's Cyber Statecraft Initiative will hold a discussion on the history of cyber critical infrastructure protection in recognition of the 15th anniversary of Presidential Decision Directive 63 (PDD-63).
On May 30, the Atlantic Council’s South Asia Center will release a new issue brief, The Kaleidoscope Turns Again in a Crisis-Challenged Iran, a discussion of Iran’s upcoming presidential elections.
From June 13-14, the 2013 Wrocław Global Forum will bring together over 350 top policy-makers and business leaders to explore the region’s impact as an actor in Europe, as well as its crucial role in the transatlantic partnership and on the global stage.