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New Atlanticist

Mar 6, 2024

NATO enlargement at twenty-five: How we got there and what it achieved

By Jerzy Koźmiński and Daniel Fried

Two and a half decades after Poland, Hungary, and the Czech Republic joined NATO, their membership continues to protect them from Russian aggression.

Central Europe Hungary

In the News

Mar 5, 2024

Dean in Australia Broadcasting Corporation

On March 4, IPSI Nonresident Senior Fellow Peter Dean was quoted in an Australia Broadcasting Corporation article discussing the benefits that AUKUS nuclear-powered submarines will bring to Australia.

Australia Defense Technologies

UkraineAlert

Mar 2, 2024

Ukraine needs enhanced air defenses as Russia expands missile arsenal

By Olivia Yanchik

With Russia now reportedly receiving missiles from both Iran and North Korea, it is time for Ukraine’s partners to step up their own deliveries of air defense systems, writes Olivia Yanchik.

Conflict Drones

New Atlanticist

Feb 28, 2024

Irregular migration starts well before the US southern border. Focus on the driving causes of the problem.

By María Eugenia Brizuela de Avila

The United States must work with other countries in the Western Hemisphere to address the economic and security factors that drive migration.

Caribbean Colombia

In the News

Feb 26, 2024

Garlauskas, Webster, and Verges quoted in the Diplomat on China’s aid to Russia

On February 24, a New Atlanticist article by Markus Garlauskas, Global Energy Center Senior Fellow Joseph Webster, and Emma Verges, titled, “China’s support for Russia has been hindering Ukraine’s counteroffensive,” was quoted in a Diplomat piece on China’s economic and material support to Russia’s war effort in Ukraine.

China Conflict

In the News

Feb 26, 2024

Dean quoted in Australian media on Australia’s Navy overhaul

On February 23, IPSI nonresident senior fellow Peter Dean was quoted in an Australian Financial Review article on Australia’s plans to revamp its navy amidst rising global tensions. Dean was also quoted in the Australian on Canberra’s decision to retain a downsized Hunter-class frigate program.

Australia China

Freedom and Prosperity Around the World

Feb 26, 2024

Climate crisis fuels change in MENA region

By Rabah Arezki

The region faces economic and political transitions amid geopolitical risks, climate change, and energy market shifts. Escalating conflicts are exacerbating instability. Climate change poses existential threats, intensifying water crises and domestic tensions. Socioeconomic transformation will be vital to meet youth aspirations and tackle polarization.

Climate Change & Climate Action Economy & Business

UkraineAlert

Feb 23, 2024

Making Russia pay for the invasion of Ukraine

By Paul Grod

Using frozen Russian assets to fund Ukraine's resistance and recovery is morally justified and would also ease the financial burden on Western economies, writes Paul Grod.

Conflict Economic Sanctions

In the News

Feb 22, 2024

Katz in The Russia Program: What Underlies Moscow’s Good Relations with the US’s Middle East Partners in the Ukraine War Era?

By Atlantic Council

Arms Control Iran

In the News

Feb 22, 2024

Kadhim quoted in Shafaq News on American presence in Iraq

By Atlantic Council

Arabic Iraq

Experts

Events