UkraineAlertJul 13, 2023
Disappointed but not discouraged: Ukrainians react to NATO summit
By Peter Dickinson
The 2023 NATO Summit in Vilnius failed to produce a breakthrough toward Ukrainian membership but did underline international support for Ukraine in the fight against Russia's invasion, writes Peter Dickinson.
UkraineAlertJul 10, 2023
Why local officials must participate in Ukraine’s reconstruction
By Zachary Popovich, Michael Druckman
As the international community continues preparations for the postwar reconstruction of Ukraine it is vital to maximize engagement with Ukrainian local authorities, write Zachary Popovich and Michael Druckman.
UkraineAlertJul 6, 2023
Wagner fallout: Time to begin preparing for a post-Putin Russia
By Oleksiy Goncharenko
As we assess the fallout from the Wagner revolt, it no longer makes sense to be afraid of a new Russian collapse. On the contrary, the time has come to begin preparing for the possibility of a post-Putin Russia, writes Oleksiy Goncharenko.
Issue BriefJul 5, 2023
The minilateral moment in the Middle East: An opportunity for US regional policy?
By Jean-Loup Samaan
Jean-Loup Samaan analyzes how regional powers in the Middle East are reconsidering the multilateral balance of their foreign policy arrangements.
UkraineAlertJun 19, 2023
Beyond the battlefield: Why we should invest in Ukraine’s democratic future
By Peter Erben, Gio Kobakhidze
Western military aid has helped Ukraine defend itself against Russia's full-scale invasion, but the West must also support Ukraine's efforts to consolidate the country's democracy, argue Peter Erben and Gio Kobakhidze.