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Ukraine's Offensive and its Meaning for the War
Following Russia’s failed winter offensive, Ukraine appears to be preparing for its planned counter-offensive. Ryan sat down with Mike Kofman to discuss the state of Russia’s ...
By Michael Kofman & Ryan Evans
The Trajectory of the War in Ukraine
The trajectory of the war in Ukraine hinges on the outcome of the widely anticipated Ukrainian counteroffensive. Recent events spell trouble for Russia as Pro-Ukrainian Russia...
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Jim Townsend & Gustav Gressel
Ukraine's Delayed Offensive, IVG Reproduction, Preparing for Debt Default
Ukraine has been preparing for months to launch a counteroffensive against Russia's invasion, but the high stakes operation has seen many delays. Michael Kofman joins NPR Up F...
By Michael Kofman
What Does the Future Hold for Turkey?
Turkey’s presidential election is headed to a second round after no candidate won an outright majority on May 14. Ahead of the rematch between current President Erdoğan and op...
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Jim Townsend, Steven A. Cook & Aslı Aydıntaşbaş
Congress ponders regulation of powerful emergent A.I. platforms
Can Congress keep up with the pace of growth in artificial intelligence? Paul Scharre of the Center for a New American Security talks about the current attempts to regulate A....
By Paul Scharre
The Road to Vilnius with Alexander Vershbow and Ian Brzezinski
In July, NATO will host its annual summit in Vilnius to discuss the path forward for the European security architecture. NATO Allies have provided critical support to Kyiv ahe...
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Jim Townsend, Alexander Vershbow & Ian Brzezinski
One Kansas City Veteran Said 20 Years Later She Still Doesn't Understand the War in Iraq
Kyleanne Hunter, Ph.D., a former major in the United States Marine Corps, served from 2000-2013 and deployed to Iraq five times, joins Up to Date to discuss the legacy of the ...
By Dr. Kyleanne Hunter
The Coming Ukrainian Counteroffensive with Michael Kofman
While transatlantic partners remain supportive of Ukraine, there are questions about the success of the much-anticipated Ukrainian counteroffensive. Many Western leaders harbo...
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Jim Townsend & Michael Kofman
The Calm Before the Storm: Waiting for Ukraine's Offensive
Michael Kofman joins the War on the Rocks podcast to talk about Ukraine’s coming offensive; the manpower, materiel, and politics behind it; and lingering questions about Team ...
By Michael Kofman
Macron’s Vision for Europe and Its Implications on Transatlantic Unity
Macron's comments on strategic autonomy and Europe's role on Taiwan have sparked criticism amongst transatlantic partners. While the Biden administration and some European Uni...
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Jim Townsend, Liana Fix & Tara Varma
The Lawfare Podcast: The Saudi-Iran Deal Featuring China
To understand China's attempt to broker a deal between Iran and Saudi Arabia, and what all of this might mean for the region, Lawfare Associate Editor Hyemin Han talked to Law...
By Jonathan Lord
Post-Cold War NATO Enlargement and Its Implications Today
Following the release of the book, Evaluating NATO Enlargement: From Cold War Victory to the Russia-Ukraine War, we are discussing NATO enlargement from a historical perspecti...
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Jim Townsend, James Goldgeier & Joshua R. Itzkowitz Shifrinson
Unpacking Europe's Latest Push for China to Help End the Ukraine War
In Beijing, French President Emmanuel Macron has urged his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping to reason with Russia, and help end the war in Ukraine. Together with European Union ...
By Carisa Nietsche
Uncle Sam Really Wants You
The US military faces its worst recruiting crisis since the draft ended in 1973. Secretary of the Army Christine Wormuth and Kate Kuzminski join to discuss. Listen to the ful...
By Katherine L. Kuzminski
The Burn Bag – National Security and Foreign Policy Redefined
Burn Bag Podcast co-host Andrea and Girl Security Fellows Amanda Hart and Emilie Zeitinger join Former Undersecretary of Defense for Policy Michèle Flournoy and Former Deputy ...
By Michèle Flournoy
AI Military Competition: Tactical, Operational, and Strategic Implications
Paul Scharre, Vice President and Director of Studies at CNAS, joins ChinaTalk to discuss AI, military, strategy, and US-China geopolitics. Listen to the full episode and more...
By Paul Scharre
Russia-China Relations One Year after the Invasion of Ukraine, with Bonnie Glaser, Dmitry Gorenburg, Richard Weitz, Yusuke Anami
As Russia has become increasingly isolated on the international stage following its invasion of Ukraine last February, it has sought to deepen its ties with remaining partners...
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Jim Townsend, Yusuke Anami, Bonnie Glaser, Dmitry Gorenburg & Richard Weitz
Artificial Intelligence and Great Power Competition, With Paul Scharre
Paul Scharre, the vice president and director of Studies at the Center for a New American Security, sits down with James M. Lindsay to discuss how artificial intelligence is r...
By Paul Scharre
AUKUS, deterrence and US foreign policy with Becca Wasser
Becca Wasser joins Justin Bassi for a conversation on AUKUS, integrated deterrence and US foreign policy. Becca details some of the strategic challenges Australia and the Unit...
By Becca Wasser
Russian President Putin Plans to Move Tactical Nuclear Weapons into Belarus
Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with Jeffrey Edmonds with the Center for New American Security about Russia's plan to station tactical nuclear weapons in Belarus, which shares...
By Jeffrey Edmonds