In the News

Apr 23, 2024

Wechsler joins Scripps News to discuss Iranian and Israeli strikes

By Atlantic Council

Conflict Iran

New Atlanticist

Apr 23, 2024

The war in Ukraine could reach a decision point by the NATO summit. Policymakers need to prepare now.

By Andrew A. Michta

Russia has launched its third major mobilization wave, which could result in battlefield gains right as NATO meets in Washington on July 9-11.

Conflict Defense Policy


Apr 23, 2024

Russian bombardment of Ukraine’s power grid may force millions to flee

By Olga Aivazovska, Andriy Savchuk

Russia's new bombing campaign aims to destroy Ukraine's civilian infrastructure and depopulate the country by rendering entire regions uninhabitable, write Olga Aivazovska and Andriy Savchuk.

Conflict Geopolitics & Energy Security


Apr 23, 2024

This round of Iran-Israel escalation is over, but the next could be just around the corner

By Raz Zimmt

The continuous campaign between Iran and Israel is unlikely to end, and the precedent set by their direct military engagement has become another option on the confrontation table.

Conflict Iran

Inflection Points Today

Apr 23, 2024

The US at its best brings new hope to Europe, Middle East

By Frederick Kempe

The last few days have brought new hope to Europe and the Middle East, not least because of US leadership on both fronts.

Israel Middle East

New Atlanticist

Apr 22, 2024

Iraq’s prime minister on how to elevate US-Iraqi relations beyond just security

By Daniel Hojnacki

Sudani discussed his state visit to the United States, an upcoming meeting with the Turkish president, and regional security.

Conflict Crisis Management

In the News

Apr 22, 2024

Global China Hub Nonresident Fellow Wen-Ti Sung in Head Topics

By Wen-Ti Sung

On April 20th, Global China Hub Nonresident Fellow Wen-Ti Sung was interviewed by Head Topics about China’s potential response to the expansion of Taiwan’s new flight path. 

China Security & Defense


Apr 21, 2024

‘A bad day for Putin’: US aid vote gives Ukrainians renewed hope

By Peter Dickinson

Ukrainians let out a collective sigh of relief on Saturday as the US House of Representatives passed a long-delayed $61 billion aid bill that will provide Ukraine with a crucial lifeline in the struggle against Russian aggression, writes Peter Dickinson.

Conflict Defense Industry

New Atlanticist

Apr 20, 2024

Renewed US assistance opens a path to success, if Ukraine’s friends move fast

By Daniel Fried

The delay in US aid was deadly for Ukraine and damaging to US credibility. Now that aid is likely on its way, what's needed next to help Ukraine fend off an expected Russian land offensive?

Conflict Economic Sanctions

Fast Thinking

Apr 20, 2024

The House passed Ukraine aid at last. Here’s what it means.

After months of costly delays, new shipments of US military aid look set to head to Ukraine soon. Our experts weigh in on next steps from Washington, Kyiv, and the EU.

Conflict Russia