Issue Brief Jan 6, 2023
How allied Sweden and Finland can secure Northern Europe
By Anna Wieslander, Eric Adamson, Jesper Lehto
NATO is approaching its ninth round of enlargement. The accession of Sweden and Finland—two solid democracies and defenders of the international-rules based order—into the Alliance will strengthen the core of the transatlantic community.
Report Nov 2, 2022
Digital sovereignty in practice: The EU’s push to shape the new global economy
By Frances Burwell, Kenneth Propp
What does the European Union’s push for “digital sovereignty” mean in practice? Frances Burwell and Ken Propp provide an update to digital sovereignty and its transatlantic impacts.
Report Jun 27, 2022
Entangling alliances? Europe, the United States, Asia, and the risk of a new 1914
By Bruno Tertrais
How has alliance formation and maintenance changed since the Cold War? As Russia invades Ukraine, China threatens Taiwan, Iran harasses Gulf States, and Turkey’s neighbors worry about Ankara’s designs, it is a good time to reassess the validity of alliances for global security.