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New Atlanticist

Jan 4, 2022

So much for a ‘world without borders’? Countries are marking their territory in cyberspace.

By Alix Desforges and Aude Géry

State borders in cyberspace are more complex, more fluid, and perpetually being reconfigured.

Digital Policy Infrastructure Protection

Transcript

Nov 12, 2021

Romania’s foreign minister on ‘bridging [the] connectivity gap’ with the Three Seas Initiative

By Atlantic Council

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Romania Bogdan Aurescu spoke at an Atlantic Council roundtable on security and cooperation in the Black Sea region.

Central Europe Economy & Business

UkraineAlert

Oct 7, 2021

Southern Ukraine’s Bessarabia is poised for a regional revival

By Andrew D’Anieri

Rural Bessarabia in southwestern Ukraine is physically isolated from the rest of the country and has often been overlooked in national politics but is now undergoing an exciting regional revival.

Economy & Business Infrastructure Protection

In the News

Sep 3, 2021

Wieslander gives keynote address at Marshall Center European Security Seminar

The seminar “Cooperation or Confrontation in the High North” developed a broader understanding of regional perspectives on the European High North and Baltic region. A keynote address by Anna Wieslander, director for Northern Europe at the Atlantic Council, highlighted strategic interests and military activities in the region. 

Climate Change & Climate Action Conflict

Issue Brief

Aug 31, 2021

Trusted connectivity: A framework for a free, open, and connected world

By Kaush Arha

As democracies address the global demand for a free, open, and connected world while ensuring that local and global emissions targets are met, they need an organizing framework: the concept of “trusted connectivity.”

China Cybersecurity
Force Posture

Strategic Insights Memo

Aug 5, 2021

A new strategy for US global defense posture

By Matthew Crouch, Barry Pavel, Clementine G. Starling, and Christian Trotti

This Policy Brief, produced by the Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security’s Forward Defense team, recommends a novel strategy for US global force posture to strengthen deterrence and competitive leverage vis-à-vis China, Russia, and other challengers. It addresses multifaceted challenges abroad, allocates missions according to mobility and range, lays the foundation for emerging technologies, and facilitates robust cooperation with allies and partners.

Defense Policy Defense Technologies

In the News

Aug 3, 2021

Verma on Lalit K Jha: By 2030, India might lead the world in almost every category

By Atlantic Council

Economy & Business India

In the News

Aug 3, 2021

Verma on Business Standard: By 2030, India might lead the world in almost every category

By Atlantic Council

Economy & Business India

In the News

Aug 3, 2021

Verma on India TV News: By 2030, India might lead the world in almost every category

By Atlantic Council

Economy & Business India

In the News

Aug 3, 2021

Verma on Financial Express: By 2030, India might lead the world in almost every category

By Atlantic Council

Economy & Business India