New AtlanticistAug 23, 2023
Policy memo: How to sharpen the digital pillar of the Three Seas Initiative
By Jörn Fleck, Akshat Dhankher, James Batchik
The Three Seas Initiative and its digital pillar currently lack the credibility needed to attract sustained investments.
UkraineAlertJul 25, 2023
Ukraine’s gas storage facilities can play a key role in European energy security
By Sergiy Makogon
Ukraine's underground gas storage facilities are the largest in Europe and offer considerable untapped opportunities to enhance the continent's energy security, writes Sergiy Makogon.
New AtlanticistMar 28, 2023
Hungary has approved Finland joining NATO. But its delays raise deeper concerns.
By Petr Tůma
The problem of an unreliable Hungary will long outlast this foot-dragging over Sweden and Finland, and allies should be prepared to deal with an outlier that’s weakening the system from within.
New AtlanticistDec 23, 2022
Slovakia risks becoming another Hungary-style EU spoiler. How should the West respond?
By Petr Tůma
The transatlantic community should motivate the opponents of nationalist Robert Fico to get together to prevent a Slovak shift toward Hungary and Russia.
Atlantic DebriefDec 17, 2022
#AtlanticDebrief – What did the European Council summit reveal? | A Debrief from Dave Keating
Europe Center Nonresident Senior Fellow Damir Marusic sits down with Dave Keating, Brussels Correspondent for France24 and Europe Center Nonresident Senior Fellow, to discuss all the developments coming out of the latest #EUCO meeting.
UkraineAlertJul 6, 2022
Ukraine defies Russia and launches electricity exports to EU neighbors
By Aura Sabadus
Ukraine’s remarkable wartime synchronization with the electricity grid of continental Europe moved up a gear at the end of June with the landmark launch of commercial electricity exports to neighboring Romania.
UkraineAlertJun 17, 2022
Unholy War: UK sanctions Putin’s Patriarch for backing Ukraine invasion
By Taras Kuzio
This week's UK decision to impose sanctions on the head of the Russian Orthodox Church highlights international alarm over Patriarch Kirill's enthusiastic support for Vladimir Putin's war of imperial aggression in Ukraine.
Britain DebriefMay 8, 2022
#BritainDebrief – Which Western leaders have done enough for Ukraine? A Debrief from Kira Rudik
By Ben Judah
Senior Fellow Ben Judah interviews Kira Rudik, member of the Ukrainian Parliament and leader of the Voice Party, about which of Ukraine's allies have helped the most.
Britain DebriefMar 25, 2022
#BritainDebrief – Can the West Airlift Ukrainian Refugees to Safety? A Debrief from Gerald Knaus
By Ben Judah
Senior Fellow Ben Judah interviews Gerald Knaus, Chair of the European Stability Initiative, on the feasibility of an airlift of Ukrainian refugees from Poland, Hungary, and Moldova to other parts of Europe and the United States to enable burden sharing.