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Jul 20, 2022

Nelson Mandela’s unfinished legacy

By Alexander Tripp

Mandela Day recognizes not only a great world leader, but also the value of African voices on the international stage.

Africa Human Rights

Op-Ed

Feb 14, 2022

Haring in The National Interest: The West is falling for Putin’s real play in Ukraine

Western governments should carefully calculate the second-order effects of information they publicly release with an eye to preventing panic.

Europe & Eurasia Politics & Diplomacy

Op-Ed

Jan 28, 2022

Haring in USA Today: Biden needs to get Ukraine right. America’s security depends on it.

Despite Vladimir Putin's troops at Ukraine's border, there’s still time. Russia doesn't have forces in place for a full-on invasion, yet.

Europe & Eurasia Politics & Diplomacy

Op-Ed

Oct 13, 2021

Massa on the Biden administration’s Nuclear Posture Review in the National Interest

By Atlantic Council

Forward Defense assistant director Mark J. Massa published an article in the National Interest arguing that the Biden administration should remain committed to current plans to modernize the United States' nuclear forces.

Arms Control China

Op-Ed

Oct 1, 2021

Mulder, Starling, and Massa on the future of space strategy

By Atlantic Council

2020-21 Senior US Air Force Fellow Lt Col Christopher Mulder, Forward Defense Deputy Director Clementine Startling, and Assistant Director Mark J. Massa argue for the United States to develop a long-term strategy in space and highlight key recommendations from their space strategy paper.

Defense Policy Space

Op-Ed

May 19, 2021

A Green chancellor (yes, a Green chancellor) will keep Germany and Europe safe

By Roderick Kefferpütz

Though they are a movement formed by peaceniks, the German Greens realize that the challenge of our time, besides climate change, is the systemic conflict between democracy and authoritarianism, writes a Green strategist.

Europe & Eurasia Germany