The NATO-EU strategic partnership can be a timely accelerator of global transatlantic leadership
Russia’s sudden and substantial military escalation in and around Ukrainian territory has captured media and government attention not only in Ukraine but also in the EU, the United States, NATO, and other western capitals.
An interview with Lt-Gen Ben Hodges
The app, PXLZ, sounded like a typical vowel-less Silicon Valley hipster concoction, but it was a cool idea.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s recent visit to Brussels was nearly pitch-perfect when it comes to restoring good relations with most European allies.
Russia’s assault on Ukraine in the spring of 2014 has led to the biggest adaptation of NATO’s collective defense for a generation.
Moving Mountains for Europe’s Defense
Anticipating a Changing Geostrategic Environment
NATO’s Achilles’ Heel
Key Terrain in NATO’s Southeastern Region