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PodcastChinese and Russian Influence in the Balkans
Dr. Andrea Kendall-Taylor and Rachel Rizzo are joined by recent George Washington University Elliot School of International Affairs graduates Zlata Gogoleva, Rachel Long, and ...
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Rachel Rizzo, Zlata Gogoleva, Rachel Long & Sydney Simon
CommentaryPopulism and the coming era of political paralysis in Europe
Europe’s populists seem set to pull off a major win in the European parliamentary elections this week. But populism’s real challenge to European democracy goes far deeper than...
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor & Alina Polyakova
CommentaryGrading Mogherini’s Five Years as EU Foreign Policy Chief
Starting today and continuing through Sunday, voters across Europe head to the polls to elect a new European Parliament. But this year will bring about more than just a new gr...
By Rachel Rizzo
PodcastCooperation and Fragmentation: Latvian Defense Minister Artis Pabriks on Transatlantic Relations
Latvian Minister of Defense Artis Pabriks joins Andrea Kendall-Taylor and Rachel Rizzo to discuss the future of transatlantic, European, and Latvian security in an age of grow...
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Rachel Rizzo & Artis Pabriks
CommentaryA Russian-Chinese Partnership Is a Threat to U.S. Interests
Russia and China are strengthening ties across virtually every dimension of their relationship. Yet Washington is divided over what these growing ties portend. The conventiona...
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor & David Shullman
PodcastPartner to Competitor, Honeymoon to Disillusionment: Dan Kliman on Europe and China
Dan Kliman joins Andrea Kendall-Taylor and Jim Townsend to discuss the evolving nature of China’s relationship with Europe, how the Belt-and-Road Initiative is challenging the...
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Jim Townsend & Daniel Kliman
Congressional TestimonyChina’s Expanding Influence in Europe and Eurasia
Submitted Written Testimony Chairman Keating, Ranking Member Kinzinger, distinguished members of the subcommittee, thank you for the opportunity to talk with you about China’s...
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor
PodcastDemystifying Putin: Dr. Angela Stent on What Putin Wants
Dr. Angela Stent, Director of the Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies at Georgetown University, provides an answer to the oft-asked question: what does Puti...
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Rachel Rizzo & Dr. Angela Stent
CommentaryWhat Does German History Actually Say About German Defense Spending?
Few aspects are more sensitive in Germany’s fraught relationship with history than the role and status of its military. Indeed, many Germans seem to think that, given its past...
By Elbridge Colby
CommentaryChallenge Accepted: Why America Needs to Confront Its Adversaries in the Gray Zone
The return of great-power competition has dominated the national-security discussion in the United States since the release of the 2018 National Defense Strategy. However, lit...
By CDR Bob Jones
PodcastEdward Lucas on Why Europe’s Past is Not Prologue
Edward Lucas, Senior Vice President at the Center for European Policy Analysis, joins Dr. Andrea Kendall-Taylor and Jim Townsend to discuss trends in European security, the fu...
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Jim Townsend & Edward Lucas
PodcastBrussels Sprouts on the Road for NATO at 70
Dr. Andrea Kendall-Taylor and Rachel Rizzo take Brussels Sprouts on the road in this special edition of the podcast recorded live from the April 3 NATO Engages conference host...
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor & Rachel Rizzo
CommentaryRussia and China are outwitting America
With U.S. politics as polarized as at any point in modern history, it would seem an unlikely moment for a new bipartisan consensus about U.S. foreign policy to emerge. Yet tha...
By Vance Serchuk
CommentaryFrom Truman to Trump, why Kansas City matters to NATO
Last week in Washington, D.C., representatives from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s 29 member states marked the 70th anniversary of the transatlantic alliance. They c...
By Derek Chollet & Richard Fontaine
PodcastMinister Jüri Luik on Baltic security, NATO, and Russia
Minister Jüri Luik, the Estonian Minister of Defense, joins Dr. Andrea Kendall-Taylor and Rachel Rizzo to discuss Baltic security, NATO, and Russia....
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Rachel Rizzo & Jüri Luik
CommentaryNATO Secretary General sounds notes of caution for alliance
Today Jens Stoltenberg became the first NATO Secretary General to address a joint session of Congress, where he touted the alliance's success and emphasized the continuing nee...
By Richard Fontaine
CommentaryRespond to INF Collapse with Blunt Layer, Not a Repeat of Euromissiles
The INF Treaty has collapsed on the basis of Russian violation. Many seem to think that we are on the verge of a repeat of the 1980s, complete with Russian missiles aimed at E...
By Elbridge Colby & Walter B. Slocombe
PodcastTrump's Tough Talk On German Defense Spending Is Straining A Decades-Long Friendship
As the North Atlantic Treaty Organization turns 70, Germany's relatively low defense spending is angering President Trump, straining an alliance that goes back decades. Julian...
By Julianne Smith
CommentaryNATO Needs Solidarity for Its 70th Birthday
NATO marks its 70th anniversary this week—a remarkable milestone for a military alliance made up of 29 (soon to be 30) separate member states. But the big commemoration, sched...
By Julianne Smith
PodcastSpecial Episode: Dr. Amanda Sloat on Brexit
Dr. Amanda Sloat, Robert Bosch Senior Fellow in the Center on the United States and Europe at the Brookings Institution, joins Dr. Andrea Kendall-Taylor and Rachel Rizzo to di...
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Rachel Rizzo & Dr. Amanda Sloat