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May 11, 2022

Polymeropoulos in the Week on Russian intelligence operations in Europe

By Atlantic Council

Marc Polymeropoulos asserts that the war in Ukraine has devastated Russia's intelligence operations in Europe.

Conflict Intelligence

In the News

May 10, 2022

Preble quoted in New Republic: If these intel leaks don’t stop, we could be headed for a war with Russia

By Atlantic Council

On May 10, Christopher Preble was quoted in a New Republic article on the potential consequences of intelligence leaks about US assistance to Ukraine’s military, making the case that US goals in Ukraine may exceed those of Ukraine itself and risk escalation. “As Chris Preble, (deputy director of) the New American Engagement Initiative at the […]

Conflict Defense Policy

Britain Debrief

May 8, 2022

#BritainDebrief – Which Western leaders have done enough for Ukraine? A Debrief from Kira Rudik

By Ben Judah

Senior Fellow Ben Judah interviews Kira Rudik, member of the Ukrainian Parliament and leader of the Voice Party, about which of Ukraine's allies have helped the most.

Arms Control Central Europe

The 5×5

Apr 29, 2022

The 5×5—Addressing the global market for offensive cyber capabilities

By Simon Handler

Five experts unpack the global market for offensive cyber capabilities and the implications associated with the proliferation of hacking tools.

Conflict Cybersecurity

In the News

Apr 27, 2022

Garlauskas featured on CSIS expert roundtable: the North Korean missile threat

On March 30, 2022, Markus Garlauskas made an appearance as a panelist at an expert roundtable titled, “The North Korean Missile Threat” held by the Center for Strategic and International Studies’ Korea Chair. Garlauskas and the other panelists discussed North Korea’s missile developments including the current state of their ballistic missile force and strikingly rapid […]

Intelligence Korea

In the News

Apr 22, 2022

Polymeropoulos in Newsy on Russian diplomats expulsion

By Atlantic Council

Marc Polymeropoulos states that the coordinated European move to expel so-called Russian diplomats was overdue to counter Russian influence and intelligence operations in Europe.

Conflict Intelligence

In the News

Apr 14, 2022

Grieco in Inkstick: Discussing the shades of gray within conflicts

By Atlantic Council

On April 14, Kelly Grieco was featured in Inkstick’s Adults in a Room series on the topic of gray zone conflict.    “Before Feb. 24, 2022, Russia had earned a reputation in the West as a master of the so-called gray zone for its activities in Crimea. President Vladimir Putin had used a combination of […]

Conflict Cybersecurity

In the News

Apr 14, 2022

Manning quoted in VOA: The Biden administration, the Yun Seok-Yeol administration and the North Korean deterrence, strengthening US-Korea cooperation, and seeking a check on China [translated from Korean]

By Atlantic Council

On April 14, Manning was quoted in a VOA article, speaking about the priority of increased intelligence sharing between the United States, Japan, and South Korea.  “Atlantic Council senior fellow Robert Manning said in a phone call with VOA on the 13th that ‘the United States wishes for stronger security cooperation between the United States […]

China East Asia

In the News

Apr 12, 2022

Counter featured in Arizona State University News

By Atlantic Council

Arizona State University News highlights Jennifer Counter's work in the military, security, and intelligence realms, as she completes a third master’s degree.

Intelligence National Security

In the News

Apr 11, 2022

Eftimiades in Newsweek on countering Chinese espionage

By Atlantic Council

Forward Defense nonresident senior fellow Nicholas Eftimiades explains how China uses economic espionage to influence the US commercial sector.

China Intelligence