SouthAsiaSourceJul 1, 2022
Pakistan can resolve Saudi Arabia’s growing security concerns
By Uzair Younus
Recurring economic crises in Pakistan has led leaders to seek Saudi money, primarily because both the Saudis and Pakistanis know that Islamabad’s value proposition has been declining. But this need not be the case—Pakistan is the only country in the world that can solve the House of Saud’s growing security concerns in an increasingly hostile regional environment.
In the NewsJul 1, 2022
Benitez in Breaking Defense: Turkey lifts hold on Sweden, Finland joining NATO, following wide-ranging concessions
By Jorge Benitez
Jorge Benitez was quoted in a Breaking Defense article addressing the news of Turkey lifting its block on Finland and Sweden joining NATO.
AfricaSourceJul 1, 2022
Renewing transatlantic partnerships with Africa
As the world grapples with pressures caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, climate change, and the war in Ukraine, there is an urgent need for Africa, Europe, and the United States to work more closely than ever before on their common challenges in order to build a more secure and equitable future for all.
EnergySourceJun 30, 2022
The war in Ukraine and gas in the Western Balkans
By Robert F. Ichord, Jr.
Russia has made inroads in the Western Balkans with its promises of plentiful gas supply. The EU and NATO must grasp the region's strategic value and work to promote efforts to diversify gas imports from alternative suppliers and build an expansive network of gas infrastructure.
TranscriptJun 29, 2022
Where does NATO go from here? Top US and Spanish diplomats look beyond summit.
By Atlantic Council
At the NATO Public Forum, Spanish Minister of Foreign Affairs José Manuel Albares and US Secretary of State Antony Blinken talked about NATO's role in a future of scaling challenges.