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UkraineAlert

Dec 6, 2022

Russia must stop being an empire if it is wishes to prosper as a nation

By Taras Kuzio

Post-Soviet Russia never shed the imperial identity inherited from the Soviet and Czarist past but Putin's disastrous invasion of Ukraine could now set the stage for the emergence of a post-imperial Russian identity.

Central Asia Conflict

New Atlanticist

Dec 6, 2022

How Ukraine’s proposed special tribunal for Russian aggression would work

By Celeste Kmiotek

A special tribunal on Russian aggression would raise questions around jurisdiction, legal details, and the role of the US. Here's how they can be addressed.

Conflict Human Rights

New Atlanticist

Dec 5, 2022

The US and EU need a sturdier structure to resolve their trade squabbles

By Clete R. Willems

Monday’s TTC ministerial meeting did not make major progress on sensitive climate and digital issues. The council needs to evolve now to solve the toughest disputes.

Economy & Business European Union

UkraineAlert

Dec 5, 2022

Russia’s Ukraine invasion is fueling an energy crisis in neighboring Moldova

By Alexander St. Leger

Russia's invasion of Ukraine is helping to fuel an energy crisis in neighboring Moldova where an over-reliance on Kremlin energy imports has long served to make the country vulnerable to Russian political pressure.

Conflict Corruption

New Atlanticist

Dec 5, 2022

The IMF needs to step up to keep Ukraine afloat in 2023

By Anders Åslund

The US and EU have stepped up, but the missing piece in the Ukrainian financial drama so far is the IMF.

Conflict Economy & Business

Inflection Points

Dec 4, 2022

Autocratic setbacks offer Biden his ‘inflection point’ for democracies

By Frederick Kempe

This year has been a tough one for the world’s worst authoritarians: Russian President Vladimir Putin, Chinese leader Xi Jinping, and Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.

China Conflict
Original photo of the Polish PM, which was digitally altered and amplified on Telegram. (Source: @PremierRP/archive)

New Atlanticist

Dec 2, 2022

Russian War Report: Russian Telegram channel spreads digitally modified photo of Poland’s prime minister

By Digital Forensic Research Lab

Russian Telegram channels disseminated a manipulated photo showing Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki at a monument during his visit to Ukraine.

Conflict Disinformation

New Atlanticist

Dec 2, 2022

What to expect from the new Russian oil price cap

By Reed Blakemore, Charles Lichfield, Brian O’Toole

As the EU comes to an agreement on a $60 price cap, here's how it will work—and what impacts the world will see on the global and Russian economy.

Economy & Business Energy & Environment

In the News

Dec 2, 2022

Lieber and Press in the Atlantic

By Atlantic Council

Kelsey Atherton cites Kier Lieber and Daryl Press in an Atlantic article.

Europe & Eurasia Nuclear Deterrence

In the News

Dec 2, 2022

Kroenig on CNBC regarding Russian nuclear threats

By Atlantic Council

CNBC hosts Matthew Kroenig to discuss possible Russian nuclear use

Europe & Eurasia Nuclear Deterrence

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