IranSourceMar 2, 2023
Iran’s nuclear program is advancing. So too should negotiations.
By Kelsey Davenport
Regardless of whether the 84 percent enriched particles were accidental, this incident underscores the increased challenge in discerning Tehran’s nuclear intentions and the growing proliferation risk of Iran’s rapidly expanding nuclear program.
UkraineAlertFeb 14, 2023
The path to peace in Ukraine runs directly through Putin’s red lines
By Oleksiy Goncharenko
As Russia’s invasion of Ukraine approaches the one-year mark, the Western response is still being undermined by exaggerated fears of escalation and misplaced concerns over the dangers of “provoking Putin," writes Oleksiy Goncharenko.
UkraineAlertFeb 9, 2023
Is Putin’s Russia heading for collapse like its Czarist and Soviet predecessors?
By Taras Byk
Vladimir Putin's disastrous invasion of Ukraine is sparking debate over the possibility of a new Russian collapse. Could today's Russian Federation be facing the same fate as its Czarist and Soviet predecessors?
UkraineAlertJan 18, 2023
Putin’s nuclear blackmail must not prevent the liberation of Crimea
By Andriy Zagorodnyuk
Putin's nuclear threats have led some analysts to argue against attempts to liberate Crimea but bowing down to the Russian dictator's nuclear blackmail would have dire consequences for global security, writes Andriy Zagorodnyuk.
In the NewsNov 28, 2022
Kroenig on Fox News Sunday discussing North Korea and Iran
By Atlantic Council
On November 27, Scowcroft Center acting director Matthew Kroenig was interviewed by Jennifer Griffin on Fox News Sunday discussing North Korea’s latest missile test and protests in Iran.