Barry Pavel, Atlantic Council vice president and director of the Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security, joins Federal News Radio to speak about why America's rebalance to Asia and the Middle East makes our relationship with European countries and NATO different.
Frederic C. Hof, senior fellow with the Hariri Middle East Center, appeared on Australia’s primetime news program to discuss the G8 countries’ talks on the Syria conflict, the Obama administration’s plans to arm the Syrian opposition while seeking a negotiated settlement, and the broader regional implications of the Syria conflict.
Atlantic Council managing editor James Joyner asks in The National Interest, "Why Should Congress and the Courts Care About Snooping If Citizens Don't?"
J. Peter Pham, director of the Atlantic Council’s Michael S. Ansari Africa Center, was interviewed by Brian Todd on CNN’s Situation Room in a segment on the discovery of evidence in northern Mali that al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) may have acquired surface-to-air missiles.
Nicholas Dungan is a senior fellow with the Council's Program on Transatlantic Relations.
Nicholas Dungan is a writer and independent commentator on international relations, politics and business. He is the author of the biography Gallatin: America’s Swiss Founding Father, published by New York University Press in autumn 2010. He is a senior advisor to the Institut de Relations Internationales et Stratégiques in Paris (IRIS). Nicholas Dungan was president of the New York-based French-American Foundation from 2005 to 2008. During his tenure, the French-American Foundation saw significant growth in its visibility, influence, programmatic offering and resources. He is a member of the board of directors of the Chatham House Foundation, the US arm of the Royal Institute of International Affairs at Chatham House in London, and a former associate fellow of Chatham House, where he initiated and implemented a multi-year project, jointly with the Belgian Royal Institute of International Relations, on the changing role of non-state actors in international relations. He is an honorary fellow of the Foreign Policy Association in New York.
Nicholas Dungan has published in the International Herald Tribune, Le Monde, Le Figaro and Rue89, among others. He has been quoted as a transatlantic policy expert in virtually all the daily and weekly printed press in France as well as by the Associated Press, NBC News, Politico, USA Today and a range of regional newspapers in the United States. He has also published articles in Politique américaine, the Revue internationale et stratégique, The World Today (the monthly magazine of Chatham House), International Affairs, Euromoney, Corporate Finance and International Financing Review, and contributed analyses to Oxford Analytica on finance, economics and corporate governance. He makes frequent appearances on television, including the BBC, Bloomberg, France24, Canal+ and BFM TV and LCI (French news channels); he has participated in radio broadcasts on NPR, Europe1, France Culture, Radio France International, RTL, BFM Radio and others. He has spoken to the European Union Studies Center in New York, the French-American Foundation, the Historic New Orleans Collection, the Huguenot Society, the Jackson Hole Historical Society, the Museum of the City of New York, the New York Historical Society and the Paris American Club and he has also been a featured speaker at conferences arranged by the Aspen Institute, the Alliance Program of Columbia University and the Institut de Relations Internationales et Stratégiques.
Prior to joining the French-American Foundation, Nicholas Dungan spent more than twenty years as an international investment banker in New York, London and Paris. He held senior positions with several major international firms, notably Merrill Lynch and Société Générale; he also acquired significant advisory experience from smaller platforms, including his own firm Dungan Associates LLC. Assignments performed by Mr. Dungan during his investment banking career include prominent financing transactions, mergers & acquisitions and strategic advisory services for, among others, some of the largest multinational companies and financial institutions in France, as well as clients in the US and multiple European countries including Belgium, Germany, Norway, Spain, Sweden and the UK, in addition to Bahrain, Kuwait and Turkey. He participated in structuring and led the private placement of the then-largest structured quasi-equity financing ever executed in Europe, a $1.2 billion issue of perpetual capital notes for the then-nationalized French corporation Rhône-Poulenc.
Nicholas Dungan is a member of the board of directors of the Sciences Po Alumni USA. He is a graduate of Sciences Po Paris, Stanford University and St. Paul’s School. Having spent most of his adult life living in London and Paris, he returned to the United States in 2004 and is currently based in New York City.
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On June 24, the Brent Scowcroft Center of the Atlantic Council will host a panel discussion on the most recent claims of Chinese cyber espionage and the implications of this threat for the US-China relationship and China's ties with its neighbors in Asia.
On June 27, the Atlantic Council’s Iran Task Force will launch a new issue brief by Ramin Asgard and Barbara Slavin entitled US-Iran Cultural Engagement: A Cost Effective Boon to US National Security, along with a public briefing on people-to-people exchanges with Iran.