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Inviting Ukraine to join NATO would be a significant strategic mistake, @MichaelEOHanlon writes @PostOutlook. Rather than enlarge NATO even more, with predictable consequences for the U.S.-Russia relationship, we need a new vision for this part of Eurasia. https://t.co/2ZzrYImE9Y
"NATO was born as an instrument to protect Europe and the democratic West from a threat from Moscow," @brucebrookings writes. "Its first task in 2021 and beyond must be to protect Europe and the democratic West from a threat from Moscow." https://t.co/7Q5L7Ih5HF
"If this is an administration that takes U.S. leadership seriously, it should do away with the simple narrative it has presented thus far, and reckon with our role and responsibility in this latest iteration of the Afghan conflict," @MadihaAfzal writes. https://t.co/IyLvFddoOL
Aftershocks: Pandemic Politics and the End of the Old International Order, my new book with @ColinKahl, has now officially gone to print. Both liberating and terrifying in equal measure! It'll be released on August 24. Please preorder! https://t.co/625WNAwjVa 1/6
Tomorrow @POTUS meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Geneva. ICYMI, Fiona Hill @ProfPaulPoast @kath_stoner & @brucebrookings discussed Russia's power and purpose in a new global order in a @BrookingsInst webinar earlier. Watch: https://t.co/D9NYj5OwR7 #RussiaResurrected
The Biden-Putin meeting in Geneva is not about achieving a reset or breakthrough, @steven_pifer writes, it is about better management of a difficult U.S.-Russia relationship that will remain troubled for the foreseeable future. https://t.co/YoVrAGJKRn
Thanks for following our discussion with @MichaelEOHanlon Michèle Flournoy & @helenecooper. Full video will be available here: https://t.co/XuAkQSHJiL. Learn more about O'Hanlon's new book The #ArtOfWar in an Age of Peace here: https://t.co/994l4nATOd https://t.co/YzPRjpVac2
Michèle Flournoy: Beijing likely underestimating our resolve, staying power in region, and resilience. Think biggest risk near term is Chinese miscalculation that they can get away with something through coercion or use of force and they get a response. https://t.co/XuAkQSHJiL
Michèle Flournoy: No reset. Biden will lay out how U.S. views Russian behavior in various areas from Ukraine to cyberattacks affecting average Americans to treatment of opposition. Think will propose formal strategic stability talks. Watch: https://t.co/XuAkQSHJiL #ArtOfWar
.@MichaelEOHanlon: I hope Biden admin recognizes need to think afresh about an integrated Russia policy which I haven't yet seen, see little things take on disproportionate importance. Reconsider security architecture for eastern Europe. Watch: https://t.co/XuAkQSHJiL #ArtOfWar
Michèle Flournoy: I really like the framework of resolute restraint. Given last 4 years, confusion it created, we have to start by restating and clarifying how we define our interests, what we're resolved to protect and defend. Watch: https://t.co/XuAkQSHJiL #ArtOfWar https://t.co/Usb6ZYaUAz
.@MichaelEOHanlon: I feel we have enough alliances, NATO's grown enough, but I want to be resolute in defending the existing 29 NATO allies that we have, I want to be resolute in the western Pacific, preventing WMD from spreading. Watch: https://t.co/NTUsYvZCL9 #ArtOfWar https://t.co/CVBBNCkIaA