Poland’s New Nuclear Aspirations: Fission or Fizzle?

The Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA) and the Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM) co-host the U.S. launch of a groundbreaking report on Poland’s nuclear future. Poland’s recent announcement of its national nuclear energy...

Mr. Putin’s Mind: The Logic of Probing Europe’s Defenses

CEPA Senior Vice President Edward Lucas examines the logic behind Russia's probing of Europe's defenses.

Edward Lucas to Serve as CEPA Senior Vice President

CEPA is pleased to announce that Edward Lucas has been named a Senior Vice President of the organization. In his new role, Lucas will strengthen CEPA’s strategic planning and policy outreach.

Ilves, Applebaum, Bildt and Other Prominent Atlanticists Join CEPA Advisory Council

CEPA is pleased to announce a significant expansion to its Advisory Council, including Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Anne Applebaum, former Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt, and other prominent...

CEPA Deterrence Papers No. 1: A Preclusive Strategy to Defend the NATO Frontier

CEPA's Wess Mitchell and Jakub Grygiel analyze the deficiencies of NATO’s current deterrence strategy against “limited war” techniques, and argue for a more preclusive, forward-leaning posture.  

CEPA Deterrence Papers No. 2: A2/AD: What Is It and How Would It Work in Central Europe?

Jan van Tol examines the evolution of A2/AD warfighting techniques and considers how they could be applied to the contemporary security situation in Central Europe.  

05 December 2014

On December 5, CEPA President A. Wess Mitchell and Senior Vice President Edward Lucas took part in the 2014 Château Béla Central European Strategic Forum in Slovakia.

20 November 2014

On November 20, CEPA Senior Fellow Janusz Bugajski moderated a panel on "Managing Russian Assertiveness in the Post- Cold War Era: Lessons from Ukraine" at the 2014 Warsaw Security Forum in Poland.

19 November 2014

On November 19, CEPA Director of Research Peter B. Doran discussed "Ukraine and NATO: Membership or Partnership" at the 2014 South Caucasus Security Forum in Tbilisi, Georgia.