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Wed, Oct 14, 2020

Listen to women

Twenty years after its creation, NATO should affirm the strategic significance of the Women, Peace, and Security Agenda and define what it means for an era of great power competition.

NATO 20/2020 by Lisa Aronsson

Europe & Eurasia NATO

Wed, Feb 1, 2017

Mediterranean futures 2030

A region in flux, the Mediterranean of today–and tomorrow–faces an array of complex challenges. Demographic shifts, evolving political and security contexts, economic uncertainty, and climate change have created massive migration flows and regional instability, straining resources in southern Europe. These and other drivers of change have highlighted the increased importance of developing a transatlantic security […]

Report by Peter Engelke, Lisa Aronsson, and Magnus Nordenman

Lisa A. Aronsson is a nonresident senior fellow at the Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security at the Atlantic Council. She is a defense policy analyst with more than ten years of experience working in international think tanks, governments, and universities. She is affiliated with the Transatlantic Security Initiative and leads projects related to NATO, EU, UK defense, gender, European security, and transatlantic cooperation. She currently serves as a research fellow at the Institute for National Strategic Studies at the National Defense University. Previously, she worked as an analyst for the Congressional Research Service where she completed a study the United States and its European allies’ responses to emerging technologies in defense, and she has worked as a research fellow and program head at the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) in London. At RUSI she led the Institute’s work on US defense policy, UK-US cooperation, and transatlantic relations. She also lectured for UK Foreign Office and Ministry of Defense training courses, taught undergraduate courses at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and published her work in RUSI publications as well as in European Security, and the Wall Street Journal among others. Prior to joining RUSI, Lisa completed a PhD in International Relations and a Masters in International and Cold War History at LSE. She began her career as a newsroom assistant at the Associated Press Bureau in Rome after completing her BA at Wellesley College.