New AtlanticistDec 7, 2022
The new Swedish government’s agenda for its EU presidency: Forging unity on Ukraine, defense, and trade
By Katherine Walla
Swedish Minister of Foreign Affairs Tobias Billström explained Wednesday at an Atlantic Council Front Page event that the EU needs strengthening on several fronts to face the challenges ahead.
In the NewsNov 22, 2022
Wieslander in WSJ China on Polish missile incident
Anna Wieslander, the Atlantic Council’s director for Northern Europe, said in an interview to Wall Street Journal China that Poland’s hard-line stance on the Ukraine war could create a potential rift within NATO if the Polish government pushes for a strong and rapid NATO response to Russia. However, she said, the government has shown restraint […]
In the NewsNov 11, 2022
Wieslander in Chatham House interview:”How will Sweden’s right turn affect its foreign policy priorities?”
Although the Sweden Democrats are not formally part of Sweden’s new government, the ruling minority coalition will depend on parliamentary support from the far-right party, giving them influence over government policy for the first time. This represents a clear shift to the right for a country with a long history of social democratic governments. How will this change […]
New AtlanticistNov 4, 2022
Russian War Report: Kremlin-controlled outlet rehashes narrative that Poland plans to annex western Ukraine
By Digital Forensic Research Lab
Once again, Kremlin media alleged that Poland was preparing to annex western Ukraine. In April, the site responsible for the reporting was blocked in Poland.
In the NewsOct 28, 2022
Zysk in High North News: Russia’s nuclear drills and escalatory risks (in Norwegian)
On October 28, TSI NRSF Katarzyna Zysk was quoted in High North News discussing the implications of Russia’s latest nuclear drills on possible escalatory risks.