New Atlanticist Mar 13, 2023
No ‘free-riding’ here: European defense spending defies US critics
By Jason Davidson
Recently released evidence suggests that most of NATO’s members have increased their defense spending or plan to—even as the US has increased its own presence in Europe.
New Atlanticist Feb 23, 2023
Zeiten-when? Scholz needs to stop standing in the way of Germany’s foreign-policy turning point.
By Noah DeMichele
The Zeitenwende is the chancellor’s brainchild, yet he has been its major roadblock. Scholz has habitually hesitated when faced with key decisions.
New Atlanticist Feb 22, 2023
Russia policy after the war: A new strategy of containment
By Alexander Vershbow
To prevent further damage to the rules-based international order, the United States and its allies will need a strategy of containment to deter Russia militarily and decouple Russia from the international community, until Moscow has earned the right to be considered a partner once more.
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