Samuel Rebo is a Eurasia and Global Macro Researcher at Eurasia Group. He focuses on US-Russia relations and domestic Russian politics. Previously, he worked for former ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul at Stanford University where he organized the European Security Initiative, a project designed to engender new research on European security concerns stemming from Russia and develop government policies to that end. He is a “Rising Expert” at the Center for Global Interests in Washington DC and a member of the Younger Generation Leaders Network for Euro-Atlantic Security (YGLN).
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The YGLN’s Sam Rebo, and Clark Street Associates’ Taylor Grosman, argue that NATO governments must begin to better define what specific actions constitute a cyberattack. Foreign governments have grown bolder and NATO must be clearer in response.