In the NewsNov 20, 2023
Article by Garlauskas, Webster, and Verges cited widely in Congressional report
A New Atlanticist article on the PRC’s non-lethal aid to Russia by IPSI’s Markus Garlauskas and Emma Verges and GEC’s Joseph Webster was cited ten times in the 2023 Report to Congress of the US-China Economic and Security Review Commission.
In the NewsNov 16, 2023
New article by Garlauskas, Webster, and Verges featured in Politico newsletter
On November 15, a recent New Atlanticist article by IPSI’s Markus Garlauskas and Emma Verges and GEC’s Joseph Webster was featured in the “What to Read” section of Politico’s National Security Daily newsletter.
In the NewsNov 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, […]
UkraineAlertNov 13, 2023
Ukraine’s top general believes technology can defeat Putin’s Russia
By Mykola Bielieskov
Ukrainian commander-in-chief Valery Zaluzhny believes technology holds the key to defeating Russia's invasion and argues that drones and electronic warfare can help secure Ukrainian victory, writes Mykola Bielieskov.
UkraineAlertNov 13, 2023
Ukraine braces for another winter of Russian attacks on power grid
By Aura Sabadus
While the Ukrainian authorities have had over half a year to prepare for a new wave of Russian air strikes, the country’s civilian energy infrastructure remains vulnerable, writes Aura Sabadus.
In the NewsNov 10, 2023
Garlauskas’ analysis of East Asia simultaneous conflicts mentioned in Korea JoongAng Daily
On November 9, Markus Garlauskas’ analysis of simultaneous conflict scenarios in East Asia was referenced in a Korea JoongAng Daily article by retired Admiral Choi Yoon-hee, former chairman of South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff. The article argues that the United States’ allies must build up their own capacity for defense and avoid relying solely […]
ReportNov 9, 2023
Deterrence is crumbling in Korea: How we can fix it
By Markus Garlauskas, Lauren D. Gilbert
Conventional wisdom in the United States holds that deterrence in Korea is strong, but this widespread confidence is based on a backward look at long-standing assumptions that are no longer tenable, along with rapidly shifting politico-military conditions. This report explains the urgent actions required to get ahead of these changes and maintain effective deterrence.
UkraineAlertNov 7, 2023
Ukraine reports fresh success in the Battle of the Black Sea
By Peter Dickinson
Ukraine's success in the Battle of the Black Sea should convince the country's Western partners to finally abandon their cautious approach and provide the Ukrainian military with the weapons they need to defeat Russia, writes Peter Dickinson.