Report Mar 16, 2023
The future of NATO C4ISR: Assessment and recommendations after Madrid
By Gordon B. “Skip” Davis Jr.
Current C4ISR capabilities, concepts, policies, and processes do not meet all of the Alliance’s needs. While much has been done to improve NATO C4ISR over the past decade, much work remains.
Report Feb 2, 2023
Implementing NATO’s Strategic Concept on China
By Hans Binnendijk and Daniel S. Hamilton
Allies made it clear that they consider Russia their most immediate and direct threat. Yet they also made headlines by addressing challenges emanating from the People’s Republic of China (PRC).
Issue Brief Oct 31, 2022
Beyond NOFORN: Solutions for increased intelligence sharing among allies
By AVM Sean Corbett, CB MBE and James Danoy
Intelligence sharing is a perennial issue, but modern solutions exist to balance enhancing cooperation with key allies with providing decision advantage to policymakers.
Report Apr 21, 2022
Climbing the ladder: How the West can manage escalation in Ukraine and beyond
By Richard D. Hooker, Jr.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and NATO’s response increase the possibility of purposeful or inadvertent escalation in Europe. Understanding how these dynamics might impact the war and further degrade transatlantic stability is critical.
Issue Brief Mar 9, 2022
Defending every inch of NATO territory: Force posture options for strengthening deterrence in Europe
By The Scowcroft Center Task Force on Deterrence and Force Posture
Deterrence in Europe can be enhanced through a range of US and NATO force posture enhancements.