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New Atlanticist

Aug 12, 2022

Afghan resistance leader Ahmad Massoud: There is ‘no other option’ but to fight on against the Taliban

By Atlantic Council

“Unfortunately,” Massoud told the Atlantic Council, Taliban leaders “have not changed. They are even more radical than before.”

Afghanistan Conflict

In the News

Aug 4, 2022

Culver on Sinica Podcast: Another Taiwan Straits Crisis?

On August 4, 2022, Global China Hub senior fellow John K. Culver was featured on SupChina‘s Sinica Podcast, “Another Taiwan Straits Crisis? CIA veteran John Culver weighs in”. “[Xi Jinping] has a lot on his plate and he didn’t need a crisis on the Taiwan Strait, but since we’ve decided to give him one, then […]

China Crisis Management

New Atlanticist

Aug 3, 2022

How the US can curb the North Korean nuclear threat

By Todd Rosenblum

The Biden administration must make the right strategic investments now to stay ahead of the North Korean missile threat.

Crisis Management East Asia

Fast Thinking

Aug 3, 2022

The coming aftershocks from Pelosi’s Taiwan trip

By Atlantic Council

With Pelosi now wheels-up from Taipei, what’s coming next in the US-China showdown? And how will the trip shake up life in Taiwan?

China Crisis Management

UkraineAlert

Aug 2, 2022

Ukrainian civil society can play a key role in securing victory over Russia

By Jonas Oehman

Ukraine's international partners should seek to develop stronger partnerships with the country's vibrant civil society sector and make better use of existing networks linking volunteers with the Ukrainian military.

Civil Society Conflict

New Atlanticist

Aug 1, 2022

Former Kosovo foreign minister: How to stop Serbia spat from spiraling out of control

By Petrit Selimi

A border flare-up between local Serbs and Kosovars is a reminder that Brussels and Washington must change their formula to solve crises, writes Kosovo's former top diplomat.

Crisis Management Europe & Eurasia

In the News

Aug 1, 2022

Kroenig and Ashford debate Speaker Pelosi’s Taiwan trip and strategic ambiguity

On July 29, Foreign Policy published its biweekly "It's Debatable" column featuring Scowcroft Center deputy director Matthew Kroenig and New American Engagement Initiative senior fellow Emma Ashford assessing the latest news in international affairs. In their latest column, they debate Speaker Pelosi's upcoming Taiwan trip, US strategic ambiguity towards China and Taiwan, and the future of Sino-US relations.

Conflict Crisis Management

In the News

Jul 28, 2022

Stodder in the Hill on gun legislation

By Atlantic Council

Seth Stodder looks at gun control legislation efforts in the context of recent mass shootings.

Crisis Management Security & Defense

New Atlanticist

Jul 28, 2022

Former US Defense Secretary Esper’s five-point plan for Taiwan to deter China

By Katherine Walla

The island must “make the first move” in shoring up its defenses and protecting its national security, said former US Secretary of Defense Mark T. Esper at the Atlantic Council.

China Crisis Management

New Atlanticist

Jul 28, 2022

Climbing the escalation ladder in Ukraine: A menu of options for the West

By Francis Shin, Damir Marusic, Tyson Wetzel

Our experts have assembled a list of possible policy responses the West ought to consider if Russia escalates its war against Ukraine.

Conflict Crisis Management

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