Amidst rising transatlantic tensions, a meeting between French President Emmanuel Macron and his American counterpart in Washington saw both attempt to send a message of unity. So can the united front against Russia actually stay united? And is the United States really taking advantage of the conflict in Ukraine? Experts Nick Lokker, Marie Jourdain, and Thomas O’Donnell weigh in.
Watch the full interview from Roundtable TRT.
More from CNAS
European Strategic Autonomy: Views from Paris, Berlin, and Warsaw
Over the past year, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has spurred Europe to devote greater attention to its defense capabilities. Yet rather than providing momentum to Europe’s sta...
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Jim Townsend, Liana Fix, Justyna Gotkowska & Tara Varma
European Integration’s New Geopolitical Momentum
Offering more tangible benefits of accession prior to full membership will both keep candidate countries motivated to continue reforms and allow for a more gradual adjustment ...
By Nicholas Lokker
The Outlook for Ukraine in 2023
In the latest installment of our “New Year” series, we take stock of where things stand in Ukraine as we head into 2023. Over the past couple of months, the lines of territori...
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Jim Townsend, Michael Kofman & Lawrence D. Freedman
Will international support for Ukraine last?
Carisa Nietsche discuss the importance of military aid and fund concerning the Ukraine-Russia conflict. Listen to the full interview from BBC....
By Carisa Nietsche