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Oct 8, 2021

Kroenig and Cimmino in The Dispatch: Washington should deter an attack on Taiwan

By Atlantic Council

On October 8, The Dispatch published a piece by Matthew Kroenig and Jeffrey Cimmino arguing that the United States and its allies should work to establish a more effective deterrent in the Taiwan Strait by ending a policy of ambiguity and developing a military strategy and capabilities to deny a Chinese invasion of the island.

China Security & Defense

In the News

Oct 7, 2021

Pavel in the Washington Post on NATO defense spending

By Atlantic Council

Scowcroft Center director Barry Pavel speaks on NATO in the Washington Post.

Europe & Eurasia NATO

In the News

Oct 7, 2021

Stephen Rodriguez in the America’s future series on technological innovation

By Atlantic Council

Stephen Rodriguez discusses technological innovation and great-power competition at an event run by the America's Future Series

China Defense Technologies

Issue Brief

Oct 7, 2021

Una squadra vincente: The US-Italian defense-industrial partnership

By Mauro Gilli and James Hasik

The United States needs to more closely integrate its own defense-industrial base with those of its allies, including Italy. This issue brief focuses on the US-Italian defense-industrial partnership to enable policymakers to better understand this relationship, leverage it more comprehensively to meet key strategic objectives, and secure the supply chains necessary to ensure US national security.

Defense Industry Defense Policy

UkraineAlert

Oct 6, 2021

West seeks new ways to hold Belarus dictator Lukashenka accountable

By Brian Whitmore

US and EU leaders are exploring new options as they seek to hold Kremlin-backed Belarus dictator Alyaksandr Lukashenka accountable for his increasingly brazen violations of international norms.

Belarus Economic Sanctions

New Atlanticist

Oct 6, 2021

Trade could transform US-India ties

By Mark Linscott

Washington and New Delhi need a joint vision for a deeper, broader, and more integrated economic relationship.

Economy & Business India

Blog Post

Oct 6, 2021

Geopolitical change and the emergence of Chinese banking

By Elmar Hellendoorn

Although China's "Big 4" state banks remain focused on supporting domestic Chinese growth and consumption for now, they are also increasingly active across international borders. Their global expansion could seriously challenge the primacy of Western banks and may thus have geopolitical reverberations.

China Economy & Business

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Oct 6, 2021

Manning in The Straits Times: New Japanese PM Kishida will continue Abe’s foreign policy

By Atlantic Council

On October 6, Robert Manning was quoted in The Straits Times in an article about how the election of a new prime minister in Japan may change the foreign policy of the country. Manning predicted that there would be no major shift in policies, saying “He will continue the assertive stance on China and support for Taiwan of his […]

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New Atlanticist

Oct 5, 2021

How a misguided Vietnam analogy sealed the Afghanistan disaster

By Paul D. Miller

During Afghanistan, the Vietnam analogy said a lot about the state of mind of those using it—a state of mind that ultimately led policymakers to make decisions based on a faulty view of the war.

Afghanistan Conflict

Report

Oct 5, 2021

China Pathfinder: Annual Scorecard

By GeoEconomics Center and Rhodium Group

Over the past eight months, teams from the Atlantic Council and Rhodium Group have taken a dive into China’s economy to address a fundamental question: Is China becoming more or less like other open-market economies? 

China European Union

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