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UkraineAlert

Feb 15, 2024

Ukraine’s Black Sea success offers hope as Russian invasion enters third year

By Peter Dickinson

Ukraine's remarkable success in the Battle of the Black Sea exposes the emptiness of Russia's red lines and provides a road map for victory over Putin, writes Peter Dickinson.

Conflict Defense Technologies
Model of natural gas pipeline and Russian flag, July 18, 2022. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration

Report

Jan 25, 2024

How Europe can escape its structural energy weakness amid great power competition

By Ben Judah, Tim Sahay, Shahin Vallée, and Francis Shin

This report argues that the EU will need to engage in deep structural and political reforms to reduce its reliance on fossil fuels.

Africa Climate Change & Climate Action

In the News

Jan 24, 2024

Dean quoted in the Australian on the future of AUKUS

On January 23, IPSI nonresident senior fellow Peter Dean was quoted in an article in the Australian examining the future of AUKUS in the event of another presidential term for Donald Trump.

Australia Elections

In the News

Jan 23, 2024

Dean quoted in the Australian Financial Review on protecting AUKUS technology

On January 22, IPSI nonresident senior fellow Peter Dean was quoted in an Australian Financial Review article, where he explained that Australian private sector security arrangements are insufficient to protect sensitive AUKUS technology.

Australia China

UkraineAlert

Jan 18, 2024

Europe steps up support for Ukraine in fight against Putin’s Russia

By Diane Francis

There is now a growing realization across the continent that Putin is a European problem, and it is primarily up to Europe to stop him, writes Diane Francis.

Conflict Defense Policy

New Atlanticist

Jan 17, 2024

Even as Brexit awkwardness remains, the UK and EU should work together on decarbonization

By Francis Shin

Brexit was four years ago, but London and Brussels need to take decisive steps together toward decarbonization as the climate crisis escalates.

Energy & Environment Energy Transitions

In the News

Dec 7, 2023

Aboudouh interviewed by The Times podcast on Gaza protests in the United Kingdom

By Atlantic Council

Conflict Israel

Atlantic Debrief

Dec 1, 2023

#AtlanticDebrief – How will the OSA be implemented? | A Debrief from Melanie Dawes

Susan Ness sits down with Ofcom Chief Executive Dame Melanie Dawes to discuss Ofcom’s regulatory guidance on illegal harms.  

Digital Policy Economy & Business

New Atlanticist

Nov 15, 2023

AUKUS is hamstrung by outdated US export control rules. Here’s what Congress can do.

By Deborah Cheverton, John T. Watts

US lawmakers must show that they are willing to make the necessary changes to a needlessly limiting export control regime that does more harm than good.

Arms Control Australia

New Atlanticist

Nov 9, 2023

Rival powers agree that AI poses new risks. Can they work together to address them?

By Dame Wendy Hall and Trisha Ray

The recent AI Safety Summit in the United Kingdom offered a glimpse into a possible future of international cooperation on tackling risks associated with artificial intelligence.

United Kingdom

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