The threats from Russia and China are different but overlap.
The European Union (EU) continues to push back against Hungary and Poland for flouting democratic standards.
China and Russia have formed an opportunistic propaganda alliance to blame the U.S. for covid-19.
Congress could use the pipeline as an anti-corruption test case.
Sanctions must become a negotiating tool to achieve clear policy goals – not merely punish past behavior or deter its repetition.
A threat, originating in China and kept secret by the Chinese state, continues to spread around the world, infecting as many as it can.
Ukraine needs to rethink its cooperation with the Chinese government and stop compromising human rights principles for foreign investment.
Securing the digital Eastern front from Sofia to Tallinn is essential for the upcoming decade of great power competition in the digital realm.
This month’s election results showed strong support for Moldova’s European aspirations.
The United States has blundered. Europeans should not over-react.
Aliaksandr Lukashenka is shipping developing world migrants to the borders of his EU enemies.
Ultimately, both the U.S. and EU want an open, global and safe internet rather than a state-controlled internet, as is sought by China, Russia, or Turkey.
President Joe Biden should aim for clear, concrete results to restore U.S.-Ukrainian relations.
Russia’s president exploits three mistakes the United States makes time and again.
Angela Merkel’s achievements are manifold, but Germany’s tough security challenges remain unresolved.
The pipeline is already being used to test EU resolve. This must be resisted.
The EU and the U.S. are being curiously reticent about a deal to save Montenegro from China’s grasp.
Russia’s propaganda machine has been heavily engaged on behalf of the Caribbean dictatorship.
Climate change is rapidly changing the military environment and requires NATO to rethink its operational approach.
Poland has escalated its standoff with the European Union over the rule of law.
The European Union recognizes disinformation as a key threat to democratic life and yet lacks adequate tools to confront it.
A flawed Litvinenko opera raises important questions.
Without EU action, Belarus will become a failed state on Europe’s doorstep
NATO needs new ways to harness emerging and disruptive technologies (EDTs) while engaging with the next generation of atlanticists to combat disinformation and improve digital resilience.
The Biden administration should back up its strong words with concrete steps to support the Central and East European grouping
The West’s failure in Afghanistan will haunt us for years
A steady land grab for the strategic semiconductor technology is underway — by fair means or foul
The Kremlin’s information warfare isn’t always as slick as it’s painted
The UK is not alone in this regard, as many European countries try to balance China-the-threat with China-the-perceived-market
The advent of 5G technology is heralded as the glue that will enable the integration of emerging and disruptive technologies (EDTs) into military operations
It is high time for tech companies to open their vaults for researchers. Governments should step in.
Georgia faces an anti-liberal challenge and it’s growing in complexity
The NATO-EU strategic partnership can be a timely accelerator of global transatlantic leadership
Finland would rather not discuss its stake in Nord Stream 2, or its other energy dealings with Russia
German Ostpolitik’s fixation on Russian relations comes at a price.
The Balkans remain a principal theater in Russia’s multi-faceted war against Europe
Twitter and LinkedIn are kowtowing to China
China and Russia employ two vastly different approaches to the deployment of information for domestic control and international influence
Armenia’s dependence on Russia is growing, making it even more urgent for the West to support the country’s fragile institutions.
Warfare is getting more complex, but simple technology provides a good starting point
Doctors have been secretly substituting the Sputnik V vaccine with the untested and unverified EpiVacCorona.
The lesson from these results should not be the triumphant return of the establishment parties
Language is an incendiary issue, especially in countries whose current iterations are relatively modern
The transatlantic community needs to continue to ensure that policymakers are directly joined by practitioners of science and technology
The EU has managed to overcome disagreements and demonstrated unity in its decisions on Belarus
Until now, the U.S. had done little to combat the growing consolidation of power among corrupt oligarchs in EU nations
Poor messaging risks losing the war that matters
Efforts must be undertaken on both sides of the Atlantic to develop these shared regulatory standards, with the aim of protecting citizens of democracies everywhere
A serious humanitarian effort can now get underway, while highlighting Russia and China’s self-serving aid campaigns
Europe has to become geopolitical — or face the increasingly uncertain, even dangerous times