The unintended benefits of preparing for a Trump presidency

Joshua Huminski investigates the beneficial nature of preparing now for a potential return of Donald Trump, whether he wins or not

What should be on the new foreign secretary’s agenda?

The Council on Geostrategy asks nine experts what should be on the agenda of David Cameron, the new foreign secretary

How can support for Ukraine be maintained?

The Council on Geostrategy asks eight strategic experts how support for Ukraine can be maintained in the short- and long-term

NATO is building a Ukraine-shaped future

Prof. Richard G. Whitman assesses the 2023 NATO Summit and how Ukraine has become central to the alliance’s future

What does the Vilnius Summit mean for NATO’s future?

The Council on Geostrategy asks seven strategic experts what the 2023 NATO Summit in Vilnius signifies about the future of the alliance

It is not too early to plan Ukraine’s reconstruction

Jason Beck details why it is important to start planning for Ukraine’s reconstruction now and how NATO membership will help facilitate it

Bear underwater: Russia’s undersea capabilities

Prof. Mark Galeotti investigates the undersea capabilities of Russia, arguing they will become more important as its land power shrinks

Unseen but vital: Britain and undersea security

In the first part of a special series on underwater warfare, Prof. Alessio Patalano investigates the importance of subsea infrastructure to British security

What does victory look like for Ukraine?

Dr Alexander Lanoszka analyses how Ukrainian victory can be defined in the country’s fight against Russian aggression

The war on Ukraine’s impact on Europe

Prof. Richard G. Whitman investigates how the war on Ukraine has transformed the European geopolitical landscape