Issue BriefFeb 21, 2024
NATO multidomain operations: Near- and medium-term priority initiatives
By Franklin D. Kramer, Ann Marie Dailey, Joslyn Brodfuehrer
How can NATO improve its ability to fight as a multination coalition? These seven initiatives for NATO to take over the next five years can help.
Issue BriefDec 22, 2023
Navigating Sweden’s NATO membership: Insights for political and operational adaptation
By Viltaute Zarembaite, Christopher Skaluba, Ann Marie Dailey
Sweden is on the cusp of joining Finland as NATO's newest members, bridging a crucial gap in the region's security architecture and creating new opportunities for closer security cooperation. Once Sweden is in NATO, the Baltic Sea will be a geographically coherent strategic space—or, in more casual parlance, a "NATO lake."
New AtlanticistNov 2, 2023
NATO needs a plan for military and nonmilitary instruments of power to work together
By Ann Marie Dailey
The Alliance's planning must include nonmilitary parts of government as well as the private sector to reflect the realities of modern warfare.
Ann Marie Dailey is a nonresident senior fellow at the Transatlantic Security Initiative of the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security. She is a former senior advisor to the assistant secretary of defense for international security affairs in the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy, and currently serves as a policy researcher at the RAND Corporation. She is a geopolitical strategist with deep expertise in Europe, Eurasia, and energy and climate resilience with two decades of study and experience in the public and private sectors. Previously, she served as senior advisor for Russia, Ukraine, and Eurasia in the Office of the Undersecretary of Defense. She has a master’s degree in international economics from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies and a bachelor’s degree in political science, international studies, and Russian and Eurasian studies from the University of Illinois. Dailey is also an engineer captain in the US Army Reserve.