In the News

Jul 26, 2022

Polymeropoulos in the Washington Examiner on the January 6 committee

By Atlantic Council

Marc Polymeropoulos discusses why the January 6 committee is critical to ensuring the continuation of American democracy.

Extremism Intelligence


Jul 20, 2022

Ukraine confronts Kremlin infiltration threat at unreformed state bodies

By Andrew D’Anieri

Last week's dismissal by President Zelenskyy of two key figures from Ukraine's state security and prosecution services has highlighted the threat posed by Kremlin agents infiltrating unreformed Ukrainian state bodies.

Civil Society Conflict

In the News

Jul 2, 2022

Eftimiades in the Financial Times on Chinese intelligence agencies’ recruitment

By Atlantic Council

Nicholas Eftimiades discusses Chinese intelligence agencies' recruitment processes in the Financial Times.

China Intelligence

The 5×5

Jun 29, 2022

The 5×5—Cybercrime and national security

By Simon Handler, Liv Rowley

Five experts weigh in on emerging trends in cybercrime and their impacts on national security. 

Cybersecurity Intelligence

In the News

Jun 14, 2022

Polymeropoulos in Le Monde on Havana Syndrome

By Atlantic Council

Marc Polymeropoulos discusses mysterious attacks causing his Havana Syndrome while serving in the CIA.

Eastern Europe Europe & Eurasia

In the News

Jun 13, 2022

Starling and Siegel in Real Clear Defense on gray zone conflict

By Atlantic Council

Clementine Starling and Julia Siegel dive deep into 'gray zone' conflict and the urgent need for US strategies to address hybrid threats.

China Conflict

Britain Debrief

Jun 8, 2022

#BritainDebrief – What future for Finland in NATO? A Debrief with Chair Satu Hassi

By Ben Judah

Senior Fellow Ben Judah interviews Satu Hassi, Chair of the Grand Committee in the Finnish Parliament, to discuss Finland's new security position.

Conflict Defense Policy


Jun 8, 2022

Belarus bluff? Putin’s only ally sparks fears of possible new Kyiv offensive

By Peter Dickinson

Intensifying military activity in southern Belarus is fueling speculation over a possible renewed Russian assault on Kyiv but the true objective may be to tie down Ukrainian troops and prevent redeployment to eastern Ukraine.

Belarus Conflict

In the News

Jun 7, 2022

Wetzel in Task and Purpose on targeting in future conflicts

By Atlantic Council

US Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Tyson Wetzel discusses technology, weapons, and targeting in a future near-peer conflict.

China Conflict

In-Depth Research & Reports

May 31, 2022

Adapt intelligence capabilities for new threats

By Kiron K. Skinner and David R. Shedd

Colombia continues to grapple with internal security challenges years after the peace agreement. The United States should continue to work with Colombia to address evolving security threats.

Colombia Conflict