UkraineAlertMar 2, 2024
Ukraine needs enhanced air defenses as Russia expands missile arsenal
By Olivia Yanchik
With Russia now reportedly receiving missiles from both Iran and North Korea, it is time for Ukraine’s partners to step up their own deliveries of air defense systems, writes Olivia Yanchik.
UkraineAlertFeb 22, 2024
Ukrainian long-range drones target Putin’s war machine inside Russia
By Victoria Vdovychenko, Alexander Khara
Ukraine is hoping a new campaign of long-range drone strikes against Russia's strategically vital oil and gas industry can help weaken Putin's war machine, write Victoria Vdovychenko and Alexander Khara.
UkraineAlertFeb 15, 2024
Ukraine’s Black Sea success offers hope as Russian invasion enters third year
By Peter Dickinson
Ukraine's remarkable success in the Battle of the Black Sea exposes the emptiness of Russia's red lines and provides a road map for victory over Putin, writes Peter Dickinson.
Atlantic Council Strategy Paper SeriesJan 17, 2024
Six ‘snow leopards’ to watch for in 2024
Atlantic Council foresight experts spot the underappreciated phenomena that could have outsize impact on the world, driving global change and shaping the future.
UkraineAlertJan 16, 2024
Russia faces fresh accusations of targeting journalists in Ukraine
By Mercedes Sapuppo
A series of Russian attacks on hotels used by international journalists has sparked fresh accusations that Moscow is deliberately targeting the media in Ukraine, writes Mercedes Sapuppo.
In the NewsJan 15, 2024
IPSI report on simultaneous conflicts referenced in VOA
On January 14, IPSI’s report, “The United States and its allies must be ready to deter a two-front war and nuclear attacks in East Asia,” was referenced in a VOA article, which underscored the report’s warning about the potential for China to target US bases in South Korea in a conflict with the United States.