UkraineAlertAug 4, 2022
Ukraine grain deal: World must still confront Putin’s Black Sea blackmail
By Oleksiy Goncharenko
The recent UN-brokered agreement to end Russia's Black Sea blockade and renew Ukrainian grain shipments is a step in the right direction but the only way to truly safeguard global food security is via military measures.
UkraineAlertAug 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.
ReportMay 25, 2022
Eye to eye in AI: Developing artificial intelligence for national security and defense
By Tate Nurkin, Margarita Konaev
As artificial intelligence transforms national security and defense, it is imperative for the Department of Defense, Congress, and the private sector to closely collaborate in order to advance major AI development priorities. However, key barriers remain. As China and Russia develop their own capabilities, the stakes of the military AI competition are high, and time is short.
Automating the fightMay 13, 2022
What does the future of autonomous warfare look like? Four critical questions, answered.
By Forward Defense experts
Experts from the Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security’s Forward Defense practice break down how these autonomous systems will shape the future of battle.
New AtlanticistApr 15, 2022
Russian War Report: Competing narratives about the sinking of Russia’s Moskva warship
By Digital Forensic Research Lab
Following Ukraine's alleged sinking of Russia's Moskva warship just off the coast of Odesa, the Kremlin's narrative as to why has continued to shift.