UkraineAlertApr 28, 2023
Placing Russian nukes in Belarus could destabilize Putin’s last ally
By Olivia Yanchik
Vladimir Putin's decision to place nuclear weapons in Belarus will strengthen Russia's grip on the country but could also spark a new wave of opposition to Belarusian dictator Alyaksandr Lukashenka, writes Olivia Yanchik.
New AtlanticistApr 27, 2023
Not every North Korean missile needs a response. South Korea and the US should focus more on readiness and deterrence.
By Jessica Taylor
The nuclear collaboration announced by the US and South Korean presidents this week is the type of strategic measure the allies need to focus on, rather than a reactive approach.
UkraineAlertApr 10, 2023
Russian nukes in Belarus: Putin’s creeping annexation continues
By Hanna Liubakova
Putin's plan to place nukes in Belarus has been widely interpreted as as an escalation in his ongoing nuclear saber-rattling tactics but it will also greatly strengthen the Russian dictator's grip over the neighboring country.
New AtlanticistApr 7, 2023
Russian War Report: Belarus accuses Ukraine of plotting terrorist attack
By Digital Forensic Research Lab
Belarus' KGB accused Ukraine of plotting an attack on a Russian consulate in the Belarusian city of Grodno. Belarus also confirmed it would accept Russian tactical nuclear weapons.
UkraineAlertMar 30, 2023
Putin’s nuclear saber-rattling is a sign of dangerous Russian desperation
By Peter Dickinson
Vladimir Putin's latest bout of nuclear saber-rattling is a clear indication of Russia's growing desperation as the invasion of Ukraine continues to unravel amid mounting military losses, writes Peter Dickinson.
IranSourceMar 30, 2023
Israel and the international community have deep gaps on the Iran nuclear issue. It’s time the Israeli government adopts fresh thinking.
By Danny Citrinowicz
The Israeli government must understand that there is a need to dissociate between the nuclear issue, which has only a diplomatic solution, and Iranian malign activities.
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.