Our inspiration: Brent Scowcroft

1925-2020

Neil-R.-Brown

The Scowcroft Center honors the legacy of service of General Brent Scowcroft. The Center embodies his ethos of nonpartisan commitment to the cause of security, support for US leadership in cooperation with allies and partners, and dedication to the mentorship of the next generation of leaders.

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Our new ACTV original series, ‘So what’s the strategy?’ with Matthew Kroenig, dives into whether the United States and its allies have an effective strategy to address today’s global challenges. Tune in to watch US and UK officials evaluate the strategy for China.

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In the News

Feb 22, 2024

Warrick mentioned in NBC on why House Republicans want to impeach secretary Mayorkas

By Atlantic Council

Americas Latin America

In the News

Feb 22, 2024

Braw featured in Foreign Policy on the state of defense industry in the EU

By Elisabeth Braw

On February 22, Transatlantic Security Initiative senior fellow Elisabeth Braw wrote an opinion piece in Foreign Policy discussing investments in weapons manufacturing in the EU.      

Defense Industry Europe & Eurasia

Issue Brief

Feb 21, 2024

NATO multidomain operations: Near- and medium-term priority initiatives

By Franklin D. Kramer, Ann Marie Dailey, Joslyn Brodfuehrer

How can NATO improve its ability to fight as a multination coalition? These seven initiatives for NATO to take over the next five years can help.

Defense Policy Defense Technologies

In the News

Feb 21, 2024

Braw featured on Engelsberg Ideas

By Elisabeth Braw

On February 21, Transatlantic Security Initiative senior fellow Elisabeth Braw wrote an opinion piece in Engelsberg Ideas discussing Richard Nixon’s legacy and his meeting with Mao Zedong.   

China Politics & Diplomacy

Issue Brief

Feb 21, 2024

This year’s bipartisan immigration bill offers a border blueprint for 2025

By Thomas S. Warrick

The consequences of another year of inaction on border security and immigration policy may convince a supermajority in the Congress to take up again in 2025 many of the ideas in this year’s bipartisan Senate compromise—no matter which party captures the White House in November.

Mexico Migration

In the News

Feb 20, 2024

Braw featured in CEPA’s Europe’s Edge journal

By Elisabeth Braw

On February 20, Transatlantic Security Initiative senior fellow Elisabeth Braw was featured in CEPA’s Europe’s Edge journal discussing Alexei Navalny’s legacy.

Civil Society Russia

In the News

Feb 17, 2024

Braw quoted by The Guardian on sanctions against Russia

By Elisabeth Braw

On February 17, Transatlantic Security Initiative senior fellow Elisabeth Braw was quoted by The Guardian on sanctions against Russia.

NATO Russia

In the News

Feb 17, 2024

Skaluba quoted by Foreign Policy on aid to Ukraine

By Christopher Skaluba

On February 17, Transatlantic Security Initiative director Christopher Skaluba was quoted in Foreign Policy discussing aid to Ukraine.

Europe & Eurasia NATO

In the News

Feb 16, 2024

Garlauskas published in Foreign Affairs

On February 15, Markus Garlauskas and the Korea Society’s Jonathan Corrado published a new piece in Foreign Affairs titled, “The Arsenal of Autocracy: How North Korean Weapons Fuel Conflict—and How to Stop the Flow.” The article emphasizes the importance of building a United States-led international effort to stop North Korea from establishing arms trade relationships […]

Arms Control China

In the News

Feb 16, 2024

Kroenig interviewed in La Stampa on why NATO allies should increase defense spending

On February 12, Matthew Kroenig, vice president and senior director of the Scowcroft Center, was interviewed in La Stampa, where he argued that European countries with advanced economies need to ensure they are at or above NATO’s defense spending target of two percent of GDP.

NATO Security & Defense

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