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May 9, 2022

Konaev in Foreign Affairs on Ukraine’s military tactics

By Atlantic Council

Margarita Konaev argues that Ukraine's military must adopt guerilla-style tactics to defeat Russia in the Donbas.

Conflict Crisis Management

In the News

May 2, 2022

Wetzel in Euromaidan Press on US-Ukraine Lend-Lease

By Atlantic Council

Senior US Air Force fellow Lt Col Tyson Wetzel explains that the US lend-lease program shows continued US commitment to Ukraine's war effort.

Conflict Crisis Management

In the News

Apr 28, 2022

Kroenig in Byline Times on Russian nuclear threats

By Atlantic Council

Matthew Kroenig outlines scenarios where Russia may use nuclear weapons.

Conflict Crisis Management

In the News

Apr 27, 2022

Mezran and Melcangi in the Italian Journal of International Affairs: “Truly a Proxy War? Militias, Institutions, and External Actors in Libya between Limited Statehood and Rentier State”

By Atlantic Council

Conflict Corruption

New Atlanticist

Apr 26, 2022

From one US ambassador to Ukraine to another: An urgent to-do list

By John E. Herbst

Former US envoy to Ukraine John E. Herbst offers a few words of wisdom to Bridget Brink.

Conflict Crisis Management

Podcast

Apr 22, 2022

Episode 2: “Russia and the Arctic”

Mathieu Boulègue, Senior Research Fellow for the Russia and Eurasia Programme at Chatham House, takes a closer look at Russia’s deep ties to the Arctic and its posturing in the region.

Climate Change & Climate Action Crisis Management

Podcast

Apr 22, 2022

Episode 1: “Living in the Arctic”

Anu Fredriksson, Executive Director for Arctic Frontiers, gives a local perspective on living in the Arctic. Anu is originally from Oulu in Northern Finland and has worked with Arctic issues for over a decade.

Climate Change & Climate Action Crisis Management

In the News

Apr 20, 2022

Kroenig in the Wall Street Journal on tactical nuclear weapons

By Atlantic Council

Matthew Kroenig argues for the United States to invest in tactical nuclear weapons by outlining a scenario where Russia invades Estonia, which triggers NATO's Article V.

China Conflict

In the News

Apr 20, 2022

Manning in The Hill: What if the Ukraine victory scenario falters?

By Atlantic Council

On April 20, Robert Manning published his biweekly op-ed in the Hill, urging consideration of possible outcomes to the war in Ukraine.  “The buzz inside the Beltway is that Ukraine is winning and victory is on the horizon. The thinking goes that if we give them everything they need, inflict maximum pain on Russia Ukraine will win. […]

Conflict Crisis Management

In the News

Apr 20, 2022

Bird in The National Interest: How the United States can get Taiwan right

By Atlantic Council

On April 20, an article by former NAEI YGP Sam Bird was published in the National Interest, challenging prevailing thinking about US policy towards Taiwan. Bird made the case for the US enabling Taiwan’s defense by providing low-cost weapons, but not overcommitting to the island’s security and risking US interests. The essay won the John […]

China Crisis Management

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