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Oct 25, 2022

Guevara in El Heraldo de México: on the effectiveness of state’s strategic capabilities (in Spanish)

On October 25, TSI NRSF Inigo Guevara authored an op-ed in El Heraldo de México discussing what makes a state’s strategic capabilities effective (text in Spanish).

Cybersecurity Maritime Security

In the News

Aug 16, 2022

Guevara in El Heraldo de Mexico: The security implications of China’s aggression towards Taiwan

China Security & Defense

Op-Ed

Aug 11, 2022

Ukraine’s Strike in Crimea Could Be a Turning Point in the War

By Doug Klain

Ukraine is showing that it intends to make good on President Zelenskyy’s pledge to liberate all of the territory captured by Russia—including Crimea. As Zelenskyy announced to the world, this war may have started with Crimea’s seizure, but it will end with Crimea’s liberation. Doug Klain in The Bulwark More about our experts

Russia Security & Defense

Op-Ed

Aug 2, 2022

Ukraine’s battle for Kherson could be a key victory

By Doug Klain

The looming battle of Kherson will be one of Ukraine’s most important fights since the defense of Kyiv. With the smart use of its new arsenal and a bit of luck, Ukraine just might be able to turn the tide against the invaders and give the world a glimpse of what a Russian defeat looks […]

Russia Security & Defense

Op-Ed

Jan 25, 2022

It’s time for Europe to defend Ukraine—and itself

By James Batchik and Doug Klain

“Ukraine is not calling for foreign forces to fight on its behalf—its military has made remarkable advances since 2014, and more than a third of Ukrainians have declared their willingness to go to the frontlines today if needed. The West failed Ukraine in 2014 by equivocating and failing to provide the aid it needed. Now […]

English Politics & Diplomacy

Op-Ed

Jan 21, 2022

Kazakhstan’s crackdown is a frightening formula for authoritarians

By Doug Klain

“Crises like the brutal crackdown in Kazakhstan show that Moscow and Beijing can work under pressure together efficiently and get the outcome they desire. It’s a formula we should expect them to repeat.” Doug Klain More about our expert

Central Asia China

Op-Ed

Dec 1, 2021

Putin’s Russia is all we feared it would be

By Doug Klain

“For years, experts have warned that Russian President Vladimir Putin has taken his country from the nascent democracy that emerged in 1991 at the end of the Soviet Union to a revanchist, revisionist power seeking to aggressively reassert the Kremlin’s primacy — both in the world and at home in Russia. Individual flashpoints over the […]

English Politics & Diplomacy

Op-Ed

Dec 1, 2021

Albright and Mogherini in CNN: It’s time for the US to make good with Afghanistan

By Madeleine Albright and Federica Mogherini

"With new leadership in the White House, there is an opportunity to strengthen the Afghan peace process and secure our shared interests in peace, security, and regional stability," write Secretary Madeline Albright and Rector Federica Mogherini in CNN Opinion.

Afghanistan Politics & Diplomacy

Op-Ed

Nov 6, 2021

France and Germany seem to forget who’s behind Russia’s war on Ukraine

By Doug Klain

“After witnessing nearly eight years of the Kremlin’s war on Ukraine, one would think the international community would be clear-eyed about what kind of a war is being waged in the Donbas region and who is responsible for it. France and Germany’s recent strange attempts at whataboutism, spurred by a Ukrainian drone strike last week, […]

English Politics & Diplomacy

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Oct 20, 2021

Chhibber wrote an opinion piece for The Economic Times: Litmus test passed, how the government can ‘Air India’ the rest 

Economy & Business India