Steven Pifer, the former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine, argues that sanctions may still bring the Russians to the negotiating table as the Russian economy starts to feel the pain.
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Eoin McNamara, Associate Fellow at the Latvian Institute of International Affairs, argues that a balance is needed between pan-NATO commitments and cooperation between the Baltic states.
Beata Górka-Winter, of the Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM), outlines the progress in securing NATO’s eastern flank since the Wales Summit, and what is still needed.
Dr. Margarita Šešelgytė argues that combating hybrid warfare in Eastern Europe is not the responsibility of NATO, but rather of the entire Western democratic community.
Eka Tkeshelashvili argues that although the Wales Summit did not conclude with any decisive action, progress has been made towards Georgia’s membership in the Alliance.
Ambassador Maresca argues that the West must develop new methods to address the immediate challenges of the crisis in Ukraine and also counter the long-term objectives of Putin’s near abroad strategy.