In the News

Feb 1, 2024

Zeneli quoted by Voice of America on Russian and Chinese influence in the Western Balkans

By Valbona Zeneli

On February 1, Transatlantic Security Initiative nonresident senior fellow Valbona Zeneli was quoted by Voice of America on Russia’s and China’s influence in the Western Balkans. 

China Non-Traditional Threats

Issue Brief

Jan 11, 2024

Russia’s growing dark fleet: Risks for the global maritime order

By Elisabeth Braw

Russia's dark fleet poses a significant threat to maritime security, forming the basis of Moscow's grayzone aggression against Western institutions.

Europe & Eurasia Maritime Security


Dec 12, 2023

A maritime blockade of Taiwan by the People’s Republic of China: A strategy to defeat fear and coercion

By Marek Jestrab

Marek Jestrab considers a naval blockade of Taiwan by the People's Republic of China and advances recommendations for the United States, Taiwan, and likeminded nations to resist and respond to a blockade.

China Conflict

In the News

Dec 1, 2023

Novak published on Timor-Leste through the Lowy Institute and Jakarta Post

On November 29, IPSI/GCH nonresident fellow Parker Novak published a piece via the Lowy Institute, titled “Timor-Leste’s uncertain future.” He wrote that “Timor-Leste has accomplished a great deal over the past two decades but faces headwinds that, if left unaddressed, could undo much of what it has achieved.” On November 30, Novak also published an […]

Climate Change & Climate Action Democratic Transitions

In the News

Nov 14, 2023

Dean quoted in Reuters and Sydney Morning Herald on new Australia-Tuvalu pact

On November 13, IPSI nonresident senior fellow Peter Dean was quoted in Reuters on a recent Australian security guarantee to Tuvalu. On November 11, Dean’s comments on the new Australia-Tuvalu pact were also featured in the Sydney Morning Herald. He explained that the agreement, which also offers permanent residency to 280 Tuvalu citizens per year, […]

Australia China

New Atlanticist

Nov 13, 2023

What Colombia’s ambitious new anti-drug plan means for US relations

By Lucie Kneip and Geoff Ramsey

The Colombian government recently unveiled a new ten-year drug strategy, attempting to break from a half-century of policies that have failed to curb coca production.

Americas Colombia


Oct 11, 2023

Hamas’s attack on Israel was straight out of Hezbollah’s playbook

By David Daoud

The genesis of Operation Al-Aqsa Flood appears to originate with Hezbollah, at least in part. The pressing question now is what will Hezbollah do next?

Conflict Crisis Management

In the News

Oct 10, 2023

Wechsler mentioned in Formiche on the Israel-Hamas war

By Atlantic Council

For the American think tanker, there are a number of questions — from the future of the Strip to new fronts, from regional integration to domestic politics — that Israel is asking itself in deciding the timing and methods of the counter-offensive against Hamas

Conflict Crisis Management

In the News

Sep 21, 2023

Warrick quoted in Bloomberg Government

By Atlantic Council

Thomas Warrick discusses the risks of not renewing DHS authorities, which are set to expire given partisan divides in Congress.

Civil Society Cybersecurity

In the News

Sep 4, 2023

Warrick in The Hill on the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act

By Atlantic Council

Thomas S. Warrick discusses renewing section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act

Intelligence Non-Traditional Threats