Disaster is averted — now what?
There are signs that the EU and the U.S. may be moving closer on international tech taxes.
Allies need to comprehend that there is one ambition they share which should prevail over all others
Europe and the United States must seize this moment to heal the transatlantic rift over technology policy
A world where Chinese technology is used for digitization creates acute risks for safety, privacy, and freedom of expression
Only by making clear to Moscow where redlines exist and the consequences of violating them, can any form of stability be obtained
The longer the EU neglects to establish a clear, concise, and deliberate strategy, the more it risks alienating Western Balkan countries.
However, the political waters are now muddier
President Joe Biden arrives in Europe this week to engage with a range of global issues
The likely victory of an arch-hardliner raises fears in neighboring Turkey
China’s tentacles reach from Budapest to Cambridge University
It is time to embrace an agenda for NATO’s next generation built with the next generation
Russia is now eager to export the idea of sovereign internet across the world.
Serbia is working to make this a reality, one jab at a time
Russia’s elderly struggle even without being exposed to the Kafkaesque legal system
There can be no accommodation unless and until Russian aggression ends and it returns to the rules-based order
Russian politics may seem mad at times, but when it comes to money it is surprisingly pragmatic
Strategically and operationally, it must remain clear that AI is but one tool
Belarus won this battle. Who will win the war?
A once-promising relationship has disappointed both sides and highlighted Russian dominance over Belarus
Georgia could start its own production of drones, which would strengthen its bid to join the NATO alliance
The Belarusian president now poses a real threat to the West and requires an extremely robust response
Smaller media rivals have gamed recommendations engines to clobber far better-funded CCP outlets across Europe.
The West needs to look beyond the current crisis
During June’s bilateral summit, President Joe Biden has an opportunity to set down markers on critical issues with his Russian counterpart.
If completed, the project would threaten Europe’s energy and national security interests
Lukashenka is waging a war to retain power at any cost
Democracies do not fully realize the scale of the threat
The NATO Summit on June 14 will define the future of NATO for the rest of the Biden Administration.
Asset targeting fills Russia’s elite with fear.
As the ice has melted, Russia has wasted no time staking its claim.
Putin and his associates profit off of some of Africa’s most lucrative natural resources while simultaneously evading Western sanctions.
Time to stop tolerating pirates — and their lairs
The Kremlin paid for credibility during last year’s controversial referendum.
The weaker the Belarusian economy grows, the more political difficulties Lukashenka will have to contend with.
A territorially avaricious China requires a U.S. response
Eurasia’s illiberal states are withstanding the liberal democratic project
Only the United States can reinforce Europe’s frontline quickly. Don’t take it for granted
Both countries have sought to clean up the scourge of corruption and modernize their militaries, became regular participants in various NATO exercises, and discussed their interest in joining the Alliance.
Russian diplomacy alleges open lies and disinformation from the Czech Republic
Montenegro has the potential to increase awareness about the disadvantages of the Chinese model of cooperation.
The U.S. and Ukraine need to get serious about putting the cards on the table that would deter Putin from any further military action
The government is playing a dangerous game with the state-owned gas company, but the West could use this as a moment to entrench reform.
China and Russia will be watching events with considerable interest.
China has more clout than Russia. But both face pushback
Seven years on, Russian state propaganda continues to exploit tragedy in Ukraine.
Navalny has now ended his life-threatening hunger strike but the campaign against him and his supporters is far from over.
To effectively coordinate with the EU on China policy, the U.S. needs to consider European public opinion
Putin’s focus is on staying in power and protecting his billions in ill-gotten gains, and he will do whatever he has to achieve that.
Putin gave nothing, achieved everything he wanted and the door remains open to more.