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Taiwan's landmark building Taipei 101

Report

Jul 2, 2024

Strengthening Taiwan’s resiliency

By Franklin D. Kramer, Philip W. Yu, Joseph Webster, Elizabeth Sizeland

Resilience is a nation’s ability to understand, address, respond to, and recover from any type of national security risk. Given the scale of risk Taiwan faces from mainland China, domestic resilience should be front and center in Taiwan’s national security strategy, encompassing areas such as cybersecurity, energy security, and defense resilience.

China Crisis Management

Report

Jul 1, 2024

Executing distributed operations in an increasingly contested maritime environment

By Dmitry Filipoff

As the United States looks ahead to increased maritime competition in the Indo-Pacific and elsewhere, the US Navy needs to implement the right plans and capabilities. “Distributed maritime operations” is the warfighting concept at the heart of the Navy’s planning for current and future operations. How well is it poised for executing it?

Crisis Management Defense Policy

In the News

Jun 28, 2024

Abercrombie-Winstanley joins ABC listen to discuss the UN backing Biden’s ceasefire proposal

By Atlantic Council

Conflict Crisis Management

In the News

Jun 28, 2024

Alkhatib joins France24 to discuss Israel-Hamas ceasefire deal

By Atlantic Council

Conflict Crisis Management

In the News

Jun 28, 2024

Warrick referenced in Politico on why so many “day after plans for Gaza amount to no plan at all

By Atlantic Council

Conflict Crisis Management

In the News

Jun 28, 2024

Panikoff joins Bloomberg TV to discuss Israeli forces freeing four hostages

By Atlantic Council

Conflict Crisis Management

Podcast

Jun 27, 2024

Mercenary meatgrinder: The price of Bakhmut

By Alia Brahimi

Host and Nonresident Senior Fellow Alia Brahimi is joined by the Russian photographer and journalist, David Frenkel, to consider the staggering toll of the “Bakhmut meatgrinder.”

Conflict Crisis Management

Experts react

Jun 20, 2024

Experts react: Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte will be NATO’s next secretary general. How will he lead the Alliance?

By Atlantic Council experts

Our experts explain how Rutte might navigate the war in Ukraine, efforts to bolster European security, and the upcoming US elections.

Conflict Crisis Management

Experts react

Jun 13, 2024

Experts react: Ukraine gets $50 billion from Russian assets and a US security deal at the G7 summit

By Atlantic Council experts

Our experts dig into the agreements reached at the G7 summit and how they might reshape Ukraine’s war against Russian aggression.

Conflict Crisis Management

New Atlanticist

Jun 12, 2024

Gantz’s exit has further empowered Israel’s far right. Here’s what to expect now.

By Carmiel Arbit

With the centrist Gantz’s departure, Netanyahu and his extreme right coalition government are left to manage Israel’s crises on their own.

Conflict Crisis Management

Experts

Events