Can we evacuate 300,000 people from Afghanistan? It doesn’t matter if this wasn’t the question we wanted to answer. It’s the only question now. And pro…
By failing to learn the lessons from Georgia, did we encourage the Kremlin to pursue its disruptive course?
Part 3: Wake-up calls, resets, and waiting
Part 2: ‘Provocations,’ ‘traps,’ and realities on the ground
Part 1: Missed warnings and memories of war
Russia uses kinetic operations to support its narrative objectives — again
Marc Polymeropoulos, John Sipher, and other experts step back for some cold-takes on President Biden’s meeting with Vladimir Putin
As Lukashenko cracks down, Lithuania steps up to help the Belarusian opposition — and finds itself the target of new hybrid measures from Minsk
“A commitment by the American people” to the world, Jill’s jacket, Joe goes for a pint (sort of), Donald who? — and the Kremlin casts a shadow over it …
Is the Wuhan lab talk an inescapable rabbit hole for Joe Biden?
Some years ago now (Four? Five? It seems impossible that time in still linear after these disrupted years), I spent a quiet Memorial Day in Lithuania. …
ODNI’s assessment of “Foreign Threats to the 2020 US Federal Elections” is a stark warning for US national security