Marik String

  • String: Putin on the Brakes

    Brent Scowcroft Center Nonresident Senior Fellow Marik String cowrites for Foreign Affairs on what to do now that the Euopean Union's sanctions on Russia are set to expire:

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  • String: NATO Unleashed: Stopping Russia in Its Tracks

    Brent Scowcroft Center Nonresident Senior Fellow Marik String writes for the National Interest on the need for NATO to enhance its capacity to prevent further Russian aggression in Eastern Europe:

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  • String on Using Energy to Undermine Putin

    Brent Scowcroft Center Nonresident Senior Fellow Marik String cowrites for the Wall Street Journal on how energy exports from the United States can make Ukraine more independent:

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  • After Ukraine: Moscow’s Next Offensive

    While the outcome of Ukraine’s upheaval may not be clear, this much is: Russia has successfully used sanctions, a pile of cash and natural gas discounts to set back Ukraine’s effort to build itself a European future. Even as Russia shifts focus to ensuring the safety and prestige of next month’s Sochi Olympics, the Euro-Atlantic community must prepare for the next time Moscow threatens to inflict crippling trade, financial, and energy sanctions on its ex-Soviet neighbors. That next time will be soon. 

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  • Atlantic Council Announces New Scowcroft Center Fellows

    WASHINGTON – The Atlantic Council’s Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security has added new senior fellows who will advance the Center’s mission of serving as Washington’s premier thought leadership institute on the role of the transatlantic community in shaping global strategy and security policy.

    These fellows bring decades of experience in government, business, and academia focused on global trends, transatlantic security, Asia security, deterrence, cyber security, missile defense, and strategy.

    For more information or to arrange interviews, please contact Taleen Ananian at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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  • Energy and Security from the Caspian to Europe

    On December 18, the Atlantic Council held a discussion with the authors of the recently released Senate Foreign Relations Committee report, "Energy and Security from the Caspian to Europe."

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