Ukrainians want membership, but obstacles abound.
Latest in Ukraine
Deterring an increasingly aggressive Russia must start in Ukraine.
Longtime Washington political operative W. Samuel Patten was charged on Friday for failing to register as an agent of a foreign principal under 22 U.S.C. §§612 and 618(a)(1). The Justice Department alleges that between 2014 and 2018, Patten acted on behalf of the Ukrainian political party, Opposition Bloc, a Russia-allied political group. The case was reportedly referred to the Justice Department National Security Division by the special counsel's office.
What developments in Ukraine signify for the future of hybrid warfare.
How to understand the latest ransomware epidemic.
Ukraine is under sustained cyber assault. Is this a precursor to war? [UPDATE: Apparently not -- this is a much more vicious ransomware attack]
Both the United States and Russia appear to want a rapprochement, but Washington might not be willing to accept Vladimir Putin's terms.
The fallout from the 2014 Moldovan banking scandal challenges the prevailing consensus that Eastern European countries cultivating closer ties to Western security and economic organizations will invariably see substantive domestic reforms as well.
The Intelligence Studies Essay: "Hybrid Warfare" at Home: Asymmetric Tactics Are Not Just Used in Ukraine, They Are Employed against the United States, and Have Been for Quite Some Time
The United States has long been a target of hybrid warfare by states seeking to disrupt or influence U.S. decision-making.
This week on the podcast, Cliff Kupchan discusses the Russian intervention in Syria and explains why Russia engages the world the way it does.