Poland: Europe’s New Autocracy?

Staff

Crackdowns on civil liberties and freedom of the press is becoming increasingly commonplace in Poland under the leadership of  former Prime Minister Jarosław Kaczyński’s Law and Justice Party. This erosion of European values in Poland has significant implications for the future of the EU. This…


What is Russia’s East Asian Arctic Strategy?

John-Daniel Kelley

The Kremlin’s Arctic strategy is far less confrontational and aggressive than initially perceived. Russia is leveraging its expertise in the region to foster better relations with East Asian states, as part of its own pivot to Asia. Over the last few years,…


America’s Alliance Edge in Asia

Michael Green

The US should move in the direction of a multilateral alliance system in the Pacific between its bilateral allies. As China expands its military capabilities and influence, the US and its partners must confront this challenge to regional stability through the strengthening…


Strategic Ambiguity in Cross-Strait Relations

Walter S. Boone

  The US needs to take a firmer stance on Cross-Strait relations if peace is to be maintained in the region. The growing military ability of the People’s Republic of China, in addition to a stronger sense of Taiwanese national identity are…


Is Europe Losing Its Military Advantage?

Albin Aronsson

Military technological innovation and diffusion has increased steadily in recent years. While Europe and the West have historically enjoyed superiority in military capability and technology, their advantage has started to decrease. Russia and China have consistently increased their Research and Development (R&D)…