Aug 15, 2022

Will the United States designate Russia a state sponsor of terrorism?

By Mark Temnycky

As Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine approaches the six-month mark amid growing evidence of war crimes, pressure is mounting on the Biden Administration to designate Russia a state sponsor of terrorism.

Conflict Economic Sanctions

New Atlanticist

Aug 11, 2022

The uncomfortable economic truth behind Xi Jinping’s Taiwan threats

By Jeremy Mark

Both countries’ economies stand to lose if the situation in the Taiwan Strait continues to escalate.

China Economic Sanctions

In the News

Aug 9, 2022

Propp in Lawfare: Has the Time for an EU-US Agreement on E-Evidence Come and Gone?

Europe Center nonresident senior fellow Kenneth Propp discusses the state of transatlantic cooperation on sharing electronic evidence, a critical component of law enforcement investigations. Over the years, Europe and the United States have managed—despite occasional well-publicized difficulties—to build a well-functioning international law framework for law enforcement and security information exchange that respects individual privacy rights. […]

Digital Policy Economy & Business

In the News

Aug 8, 2022

Nonresident senior fellow Brian O’Toole cited in the New York Times on how Russia could destabilize markets if it halts oil exports

Read the full article here.

Economic Sanctions Economy & Business

In the News

Aug 8, 2022

Nonresident senior fellow Jeremy Mark interviewed in Al Jazeera on the China-Taiwan trade relationship in light of Pelosi visit

Watch the full interview here.

China Economy & Business


Aug 8, 2022

Collaboration, not competition, is key to alleviating the global chip shortage

By Ridhika Batra

If the international community seeks to diversify chip manufacturing and create safety nets for future crises, then collaboration—as opposed to competition—seems a logical and prudent first step.

China Economy & Business

In the News

Aug 8, 2022

Nonresident senior fellow Marie Kasperek featured on AIG’s podcast “FTAs, Values, and ESG”

Listen to the full episode here.

China Economy & Business


Aug 5, 2022

Russia’s invasion is putting the future of Ukraine’s forests at risk

By Yehor Hrynyk

As the Russian invasion approaches the six-month mark, Ukraine's forests are facing the twin threats of frontline wildfires and wartime emergency economic measures that could lead to a disastrous increase in logging.

Conflict Eastern Europe

In the News

Aug 4, 2022

Engelke and Miller in NBC News

By Peter Engelke, Danielle Miller

On August 3, Scowcroft Center deputy director Peter Engelke and Scowcroft Center program assistant Danielle Miller wrote an op-ed for NBC News analyzing the US reliance on other countries to handle its waste plastics, and how to address the US trash problem.

China Climate Change & Climate Action


Aug 4, 2022

Ukraine grain deal: World must still confront Putin’s Black Sea blackmail

By Oleksiy Goncharenko

The recent UN-brokered agreement to end Russia's Black Sea blockade and renew Ukrainian grain shipments is a step in the right direction but the only way to truly safeguard global food security is via military measures.

Conflict Drones