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SaraJane Rzegocki

Program Assistant, Democratic Resilience

SaraJane Rzegocki is a Program Assistant with the Democratic Resilience Program at the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA). Her interests include rule of law, gender politics, and energy. SaraJane holds an M.A. in Political Science with a concentration in European Union Policy Studies from James Madison University and a B.S. in Public Policy and Administration from James Madison University. Previously, she interned at the United States Department of State, the Center for International Stabilization and Recovery, the European University Institute’s Florence School of Regulation, and the Delegation of the European Union to the United States.

Joint press statements by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg and the President of European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen ahead of a meeting with the College of Commissioners. December 15, 2020. Credit: NATO. No Time for EU-NATO Squabbling as Russian Threat Nears Europe is beginning to re-arm and re-think its security, which means deciding how much of the defense burden it will bear.
Photo: Ukrainian servicemen during a final rehearsal for the Independence Day military parade in central Kyiv, Ukraine August 22, 2021. Credit: Maxym Marusenko/NurPhoto Ukraine’s Women at War Ukraine’s defense against Russia has relied heavily on the contribution of women, from the frontline to the bomb shelter.
Photo: 1st Riga Brigade of the National Guard participates in training "Namejs 2021". Credit: Armin Janiks (Ministry of Defense) via Latvian Army Flikr The Baltic Approach to European Security The Russian invasion is a direct threat to the European security architecture.