| 本杰明·詹森Ukraine is a triumph and failure for deterrence. NATO and Kyiv successfully confined the war to Ukraine but failed to prevent Russia from invading. Policymakers must use lessons from Ukraine to refine integrated deterrence in the upcoming National Defense Strategy.
| 皮埃尔Morcos, 肖恩·莫纳亨Last week’s summits confirmed the unity and resolve shown by the nations of NATO and the 欧盟 in the face of Russia’s aggression of Ukraine. Read the latest from 皮埃尔Morcos and 肖恩·莫纳亨.
| Jane NakanoChina has released its first-ever long-term plan for hydrogen. While the plan provides key insights into China’s vision and plans for hydrogen development, it also raises several questions that affect the course of global hydrogen industry development.
| John SchausUkraine is proving the value of precision-guided weapons. It is also demonstrating the mismatch between how slowly militaries acquire those weapons and how quickly they are used. The United States should work with its allies now to address the gap.
| Ben CahillSanctions may have knocked out 2 to 3 million b/d of Russian oil, but export flows are shifting. Some of Russia’s oil will be redirected or “go dark.” The pressure for full sanctions on Russian energy exports is likely to grow, 也许在一个分阶段的过程中.
| 肖恩·莫纳亨Last week leaders of the Joint Expeditionary Force (JEF) met in London to discuss their support to Ukraine. What is the JEF and how does it fit into the architecture of European security? What does it say about Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s flagship Global Britain agenda?
| 珍妮特楚The “tit for tat” nature of export controls and sanctions between the United States and China risks undermining the effectiveness of export controls and leaves Washington policymakers with limited options.
| 苏菲LemiereIn Malaysia, the recent state election in Johor has given the upper hand to the former ruling coalition, 国民阵线(BN), led by the Malay nationalist party UMNO, setting the stage for the latest plots and plans in Malaysian politics.