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      President Trump’s instincts on Ukraine have been bad, but he’s right about one thing
      Nov15

      President Trump’s instincts on Ukraine have been bad, but he’s right about one thing

      By Michael E. O’HanlonTo be sure, President Donald Trump continues to get many things wrong in regard to U.S. relations with Ukraine. According to recent reporting by The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post, among others, he still thinks that Ukrainian officials tried to help Hillary Clinton defeat him in 2016. He thinks, also...

      Europe 1989-2019: Lessons learned 30 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall
      Nov01

      Europe 1989-2019: Lessons learned 30 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall

      The 30 years since the opening of the Berlin Wall on November 9, 1989 have been marked by incredible progress toward a Europe “whole and free.” The European Communities became the European Union, grew to 28 member states, and helped raise living standards across the continent. NATO survived the end of the Cold War and expanded to 29 members. But...

      Russia returns: Navigating U.S.-Russia relations
      Oct30

      Russia returns: Navigating U.S.-Russia relations

      What’s going on with Russia? Managing U.S.-Russian relations is one of the most important priorities for any American administration. Russia is an active player in key global issues, and with its enormous nuclear arsenal, is the only foreign state that represents a true existential threat to the United States. And yet, the relationship...

      Trans-Atlantic Scorecard – October 2019
      Oct23

      Trans-Atlantic Scorecard – October 2019

      Welcome to the fifth edition of the Trans-Atlantic Scorecard, a quarterly evaluation of U.S.-European relations produced by Brookings’s Center on the United States and Europe (CUSE), as part of the Brookings – Robert Bosch Foundation Transatlantic Initiative. To produce the Scorecard, we poll Brookings scholars and other experts on the...

      Putin plays judo, not chess
      Sep05

      Putin plays judo, not chess

      By Angela Stent …read more Source::...

      Will the INF Treaty’s demise kick-start a new arms race?
      Sep05

      Will the INF Treaty’s demise kick-start a new arms race?

      By Frank A. RoseFollowing the U.S. withdrawal from the Cold War-era Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces Treaty with Russia, Frank Rose examines the Trump administration’s reasons for exiting the treaty, steps the U.S. should take to avoid escalating an arms race, and the need for any new arms control treaties to be responsive to the changing...

      US efforts to counter Russian disinformation and malign influence
      Aug21

      US efforts to counter Russian disinformation and malign influence

      By Alina PolyakovaDear Chairwoman Lowey, Ranking Member Rogers, Distinguished Members of the Subcommittee: It is an honor and privilege to address you today on this important issue. Thank you for inviting me to testify. President Vladimir Putin’s Russia seeks to weaken Western governments and transatlantic institutions, discredit democratic...

      Trans-Atlantic Scorecard – July 2019
      Aug21

      Trans-Atlantic Scorecard – July 2019

      Welcome to the fourth edition of the Trans-Atlantic Scorecard, a quarterly evaluation of U.S.-European relations produced by Brookings’s Center on the United States and Europe (CUSE), as part of the Brookings – Robert Bosch Foundation Transatlantic Initiative. To produce the Scorecard, we poll Brookings scholars and other experts on the...

      Five years after the Revolution of Dignity: Ukraine’s progress and Russia’s malign activities
      Aug21

      Five years after the Revolution of Dignity: Ukraine’s progress and Russia’s malign activities

      By Alina PolyakovaDear Chairman Johnson, Ranking Member Shaheen, Distinguished Members of the Subcommittee: It is an honor and privilege to address you on Ukraine’s progress and Russian malign activities five years after Ukraine’s Revolution of Dignity and Russia’s illegal annexation of Crimea and invasion of the Donbas. Thank...

      Victoria Nuland
      Apr03

      Victoria Nuland

      By Rachel SlatteryAmbassador Victoria Nuland is senior counselor at the Albright Stonebridge Group, a global strategic advisory and commercial diplomacy firm based in Washington, D.C. She is also a nonresident senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, distinguished practitioner in grand strategy at Yale University, and a member of the board of...