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In-depth Research & reports
Report Nov 23, 2020
How the West should deal with Russia
By Alexander Vershbow, Daniel Fried
The United States must deal with Russia as it is, not as it wishes it to be. What does a policy framework to address both Russia’s dismal current realities and its better future potential look like?
Issue Brief Dec 17, 2021
The EU as a global actor in the Indo-Pacific
By Marie Jourdain
The coming French presidency of the Council of the European Union in the first semester of 2022 presents a great opportunity to turn commitments to deepen such cooperation into action, demonstrating that the transatlantic community can effectively deliver together in the Indo-Pacific region.
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BelarusAlert Sep 15, 2021
Russian-Belarusian military merger accelerates on NATO’s eastern flank
By Brian Whitmore
The accelerating military merger between Russia and Belarus is dramatically altering the regional security equation and creating an authoritarian army on the European Union’s eastern frontier.
New Atlanticist Mar 9, 2022
What’s left to sanction in Russia? Wallets, stocks, and foreign investments.
By Brian O’Toole, Daniel Fried
There are still some tools left for the West to escalate sanctions against Russia in response to its aggression against Ukraine—including an Iran-style approach.