CEPA's Wess Mitchell discusses with the Romanian Media.
CEPA’s Peter B. Doran speaks at the 24th Krynica Economic Forum05 September 2014
CEPA’s Peter B. Doran speaks at the 24th Krynica Economic Forum on Regional Defense Cooperation and U.S.-EU Response Strategies to the Ukraine Crisis.
CEPA Senior Fellow and Contributing Editor Edward Lucas testifies before the United Kingdom's House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee in a one-off oral evidence session on Russia and Ukraine to examine Russian foreign policy in Europe, and the UK’s policy response so far to the crisis in Ukraine and Russian actions in the region.
CEPA President A. Wess Mitchell and Adjunct Fellow Jakub J. Grygiel are featured in the article "Is The Ukraine War All About NATO?" on The Dish blog.
CEPA President A. Wess Mitchell and Adjunct Fellow Jakub J. Grygiel outline three steps the West should take in response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine in Thomas Ricks' "Best Defense" column in Foreign Policy.
In his recent article for the American Interest, "Russia’s Choice: Putinism or Progress," CEPA Senior Fellow Janusz Bugajski notes that the West faces two stark choices: either help facilitate the collapse of Putinism, or face years of insecurity that will undermine both NATO and the EU and subvert the stability of Russia’s numerous neighbors.
In their recent article for The National Interest, "Limited War is Back," CEPA President A. Wess Mitchell and Adjunct Fellow Jakub J. Grygiel assert that the war in Ukraine demonstrates that NATO's current strategic framework might fail to deter further gains by Russia's green men, and the Alliance must find an effective way to deal with the revived threat of limited war.
CEPA's Janusz Bugajski sits down for an interview with Lithuanian National Radio. (In Lithuanian)
CEPA Senior Fellow Janusz Bugajski tells USA Today that Washington needs to make clear that it will do whatever it takes to help Ukraine regain control of its territory in the east.