Policy Paper: Evaluating Transatlantic Relations in Times of Conflict

Our research fellow Danielle Piatkiewicz has written a policy paper on "Evaluating Transatlantic Relations in Times of Conflict", in which she discusses issues such as transatlantic security, the new European security architecture, and NATO's renewed purpose. She concludes with further steps on how the transatlantic community can work together in times of conflict.

Since the breakout of war along its Eastern front, NATO has helped to coordinate Ukraine’s requests for assistance and is supporting Allies in the delivery of humanitarian and nonlethal aid. Individual NATO member countries have been sending weapons, ammunition, and many types of light and heavy military equipment, including anti-tank and anti-air systems, drones, among others. 

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Danielle Piatkiewicz
Research Fellow

Areas of expertise: Transatlantic and Central and Eastern European foreign and security relations, democracy promotion and NATO.

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