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Section: Brookings (USA)

      Listen: War and piece in Ukraine with General John Allen
      Apr22

      Listen: War and piece in Ukraine with General John Allen

      By John R. Allen How is Ukraine fairing amid the Russian invasion of their country? What are the weaknesses of Russia’s military? And how can the USA and NATO help? Brookings president and 4-Star USMC General John Allen offers his in-depth analysis on the Politics War Room podcast with James Carville and Al Hunt. …read more Source::...

      What is Ukraine’s best security guarantee?
      Apr14

      What is Ukraine’s best security guarantee?

      By Steven Pifer …read more Source::...

      Can Ukraine win — and what happens if Russia loses?
      Apr13

      Can Ukraine win — and what happens if Russia loses?

      By Fiona Hill, Ezra Klein …read more Source::...

      Lessons for NATO from the war in Ukraine
      Apr07

      Lessons for NATO from the war in Ukraine

      By Daniel S. Hamilton …read more Source::...

      Russia-Ukraine: A negotiated settlement will be difficult
      Apr05

      Russia-Ukraine: A negotiated settlement will be difficult

      By Steven PiferAll wars come to an end. One side may be conquered, the attacker may give up and withdraw, or the warring parties can negotiate a settlement. Whether Russia’s unjustified war on Ukraine gets to a genuine negotiation depends first on whether Vladimir Putin and the Kremlin adjust their demands. Lack of success on the...

      How the Ukraine war is affecting oil and gas markets
      Apr04

      How the Ukraine war is affecting oil and gas markets

      By Samantha Gross, David DollarSamantha Gross, director of the Energy Security and Climate Initiative at Brookings, talks with host David Dollar about the Ukraine war’s impact on energy prices. Gross explains the impact Russia’s war on Ukraine is having on natural gas supplies and prices, oil markets, and whether the U.S. should...

      Mind the escalation aversion: Managing risk without losing the initiative in the Russia-Ukraine war
      Mar28

      Mind the escalation aversion: Managing risk without losing the initiative in the Russia-Ukraine war

      By Amy J. Nelson, Alexander H. MontgomerySince Russia began amassing troops on Ukraine’s border last fall and through the full-scale invasion of its neighbor launched two weeks ago, carefully coordinated responses from NATO allies have succeeded in preventing violent conflict between NATO and Russia. However, these actions have also created...

      The Ukraine war’s impact on developing countries
      Mar28

      The Ukraine war’s impact on developing countries

      By Indermit Gill, David DollarIndermit Gill, vice president for equitable growth, finance, and institutions at the World Bank and a Brookings nonresident senior fellow, talks with host David Dollar about how economic growth in developing countries has been affected by COVID and now the war in Ukraine. Gill explains that pre-existing...

      Crimes against humanity, genocide, and ecocide: Of rights, responsibilities, and international order
      Mar28

      Crimes against humanity, genocide, and ecocide: Of rights, responsibilities, and international order

      On April 8, 2022, as part of the eighth annual Justice Stephen Breyer Lecture on International Law, Foreign Policy at Brookings will host Philippe Sands, professor of law at University College London and Samuel and Judith Pisar visiting professor of law at Harvard Law School, for a keynote address on rights, responsibilities, and international...

      Western leaders must be honest about what it takes to stand up to Putin
      Mar28

      Western leaders must be honest about what it takes to stand up to Putin

      By Constanze StelzenmüllerDuring major international championships, Germany — as a popular saying has it — is home to 82 million football trainers. (This columnist prefers basketball.) In the pandemic, it was a nation of impassioned virologists. Since the beginning of the Kremlin’s war against Ukraine in late February, it seems that every...