Britain DebriefApr 25, 2022
#BritainDebrief – What world order comes after Ukraine? A Debrief with Patrick Porter
By Ben Judah
Senior Fellow Ben Judah interviews Patrick Porter, Senior Associate Fellow at the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) for #BritainDebrief to learn more about how modern alliances will change following the Russia's invasion. What will happen to Ukraine's neutrality? What dense web of complexity exists for alliances and sub-alliances in global security?
ReportDec 7, 2021
An Alliance of Democracies: From concept to reality in an era of strategic competition
By Ash Jain, Matthew Kroenig, and Jonas Parello-Plesner
With the rules-based democratic order under threat, the United States and its allies need new entities that facilitate cooperation not just across the transatlantic, but among larger groups of democracies worldwide.
ReportNov 30, 2021
Economic statecraft: Finance and money
By Dr. Carla Norrlöf
Using economics to achieve non-economic foreign policy objectives has become a dominant strategy for great powers in the post 9/11 world. The economic statecraft kit now includes a wide range of practices such as financial sanctions, coercive policies and inducements to defensive policies.
In-Depth Research & ReportsOct 25, 2021
AUKUS: The Impact on the Transatlantic Partnership — Wieslander in ISDP Report
By Anna Wieslander
This Institute for Security and Development Policy (ISDP) special publication brings together a number of experts from Europe and Asia to discuss the implications of AUKUS for Europe. AUKUS is a critical geopolitical development. It has complex chapters attached to it. Therefore, any assessment of the AUKUS has to be understood from a comprehensive perspective, […]
Britain DebriefOct 7, 2021
#BritainDebrief – What does AUKUS mean for Britain? A debrief from Euan Graham
By Ben Judah
Ben Judah sits down with Euan Graham from the Institute for Strategic Studies for this #BritainDebrief to unpack AUKUS and what it means for regional Indo-Pacific security.
New AtlanticistSep 30, 2021
Why the Quad summit was a strategic success
By Ash Jain
While its specific outcomes may have been relatively modest, the summit successfully laid the foundation to advance three strategic US goals: countering China, aligning India, and revitalizing alliances.
In the NewsSep 25, 2021
Manning in The Straits Times: Quad leaders stress need for free and open Indo-Pacific
By Atlantic Council
On September 25, Robert Manning was quoted in the Straits Times, where he made the case that actions by the Quad and AUKUS were driven largely by “overreach and military and economic coercion” from China. “The Quad remains a coalition of four democratic major maritime powers, an ad hoc multilateralism focused on function and problem […]
In the NewsSep 24, 2021
Kroenig and Ashford discuss the consequences of AUKUS
By Atlantic Council
On September 24, Foreign Policy published a biweekly column featuring Scowcroft Center deputy director Matthew Kroenig and New American Engagement Initiative senior fellow Emma Ashford discussing the latest news in international affairs. In this column, they discuss the consequences of AUKUS, including its implications for Indo-Pacific security and US relations with France.