CEPA Senior Fellow Janusz Bugajski writes an article on the Western Balkans for the Oxford Bibliographies, noting that "incomplete, conflicted or contested states present serious challenges for the region’s institutional absorption into both NATO and the EU."
CEPA Senior Fellow Janusz Bugajski moderates a panel on "Managing Russian Assertiveness in the Post- Cold War Era: Lessons from Ukraine" at the 2014 Warsaw Security Forum.
CEPA Director of Research Peter B. Doran discusses "Ukraine and NATO: Membership or Partnership" at the 2014 South Caucasus Security Forum in Tbilisi, Georgia.
CEPA President A. Wess Mitchell and Adjunct Fellow Jakub Grygiel explore how Western leaders can not only shore up what remains of NATO's deterrence credibility in the aftermath of the Russia-Ukraine war, but also how to restore the deterrence that has been lost in their American Interest article, "Salami Slicing and Deterrence."
CEPA Senior Fellow Janusz Bugajski speaks at the European Council on Foreign Relations' conference, "Dealing with the Past While Looking to the Future," in Sofia, Bulgaria. The conference was a part of the initiative "25 Years Free Bulgaria."
CEPA President A. Wess Mitchell discusses Romanian security and democracy with Emil Hurezeanu of Romanian news outlet Digi24.
CEPA President A. Wess Mitchell spoke with Romanian daily Evenimentul Zilei about Romanian democracy.
CEPA President A. Wess Mitchell speaks with HotNews.ro about Romania’s importance in today’s strategic climate.
CEPA President A. Wess Mitchell spoke with Romanian daily ZIUA de Cluj about the Romanian presidential election.
CEPA President A. Wess Mitchell delivers a speech at Babeş-Bolyai University in Cluj-Napoca about Romania’s need for a regional strategy after the Russia-Ukraine war, “Romania after the Ukraine War: Threats and Opportunities.”