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Jan 20, 2022

Will Russia make a military move against Ukraine? Follow these clues.

By Atlantic Council military fellows

Our military fellows from the US Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps give a sense of the movements from Russia that they're tracking most closely.

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UkraineAlert

Dec 23, 2021

Is Ukraine’s reformed military ready to repel a new Russian invasion?

By Andriy Zagorodnyuk, Alina Frolova, Hans Petter Midtunn, Oleksii Pavliuchyk

Ukraine's military has undergone a major transformation since the outbreak of hostilities with Russia in 2014 but the changes that have taken place are still not fully assessed or understood.

Defense Industry Defense Policy

New Atlanticist

Dec 23, 2021

A multipolar world requires more adaptive US security thinking

By R. Clarke Cooper

Washington must carefully foster its partnerships and spark a level of defense innovation to keep itself and its partners truly secure.

Defense Industry Defense Policy

Report

Dec 22, 2021

Seizing the advantage: A vision for the next US national defense strategy

By Clementine G. Starling, Tyson Wetzel, Christian Trotti

In this latest installment of the Atlantic Council Strategy Papers series, Forward Defense’s Clementine Starling, Lt Col Tyson Wetzel, and Christian Trotti articulate their vision and recommendations for the next US National Defense Strategy, including clearer prioritization, investments and divestments, reposturing of US forces, a new warfighting concept, and a focus on transnational threats like hybrid warfare and climate change.

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TURKEYSource

Dec 16, 2021

Turkey could tip the balance in the Ukraine-Russia standoff

By Matthew Bryza, Grady Wilson

Turkey is doubling down on defense cooperation with Ukraine via drone sales, while retaining cordial relations with Russia. How can Ankara's diplomacy play a role in this simmering conflict?

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UkraineAlert

Nov 18, 2021

Why wartime Ukraine’s defense minister must be a civilian

By Andriy Zagorodnyuk

The recent appointment of Oleksiy Reznikov as Ukraine’s new defense minister is a step in the right direction away from the Soviet model towards NATO standards of civilian control over the Ukrainian armed forces.

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Event Recap

Oct 18, 2021

Generals Jones and Major General Punaro discuss bureaucratic inefficiencies in the Department of Defense

By Jacob Mezey

Generals Jones and Punaro consider ways to respond to bureaucratic inefficiencies in the Department of Defense.

Defense Industry Defense Policy

In the News

Oct 15, 2021

Grundman discusses defense budgets and strategic competition on the Defense and Aerospace Report

By Atlantic Council

FD senior fellow Steven Grundman was featured on The Daily Scoop Podcast to discuss how the defense industry can produce better solutions to the problems the Department of Defense is trying to solve.

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In the News

Oct 12, 2021

Grundman discusses the defense industry on the Daily Scoop

By Atlantic Council

FD senior fellow Steven Grundman was featured on the Daily Scoop podcast to discuss how the defense industry can produce better solutions to the problems the Department of Defense is trying to solve.

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Britain Debrief

Oct 7, 2021

#BritainDebrief – What does AUKUS mean for Britain? A debrief from Euan Graham

By Ben Judah

Ben Judah sits down with Euan Graham from the Institute for Strategic Studies for this #BritainDebrief to unpack AUKUS and what it means for regional Indo-Pacific security.

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