As the war in Ukraine drags on, the West must also address the looming threat of conflict over Taiwan. America’s most powerful allies in Europe, however, often exhibit a scattershot approach toward Taiwan. As a course correction, the U.S. should launch a serious effort to align Europeans with the goal of deterring a Chinese attack. FAL's plan to correct course and engage European allies in deterring China from an attack on Taiwan.
Published: March 27, 2023
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine threatens to extinguish Ukraine as an independent state and to destabilize the European continent. The U.S. strategic aim should be to nurture a Ukrainian ulcer that bleeds Russia white and forces it to rethink its current foreign policy. To date, the Biden Administration’s efforts have not been sufficient to the task. The United States and its allies need to quickly provide additional warfighting materiel while applying their maximum economic tools at their disposal to constrict the Russian energy sector and reinforce the NATO frontier. Read the report.
Published: February 27, 2022
Russia’s ongoing military buildup near Ukraine is shaping up to be the next big test of President Biden’s foreign policy. The United States should take these immediate actions to deter Russia, support Ukraine, and reassure frontline NATO allies.
Published: November 23, 2021
Maintaining close ties with Europe is important – but so is ensuring that America’s alliances there perform in ways that benefit the United States and not our geopolitical rivals. Read FAL's 10 principles that should inform U.S. policy in Europe.
Published: July 22, 2021