On April 15, 2016, the Transatlantic Academy published a paper by Visiting Fellow Stefan Meister entitled "Isolation and Propaganda: The Roots and Instruments of Russia's Disinformation Campaign," the sixth in its 2015-16 Paper Series.
On April 13, 2016, the Transatlantic Academy published a paper by Fellow Nelli Babayan entitled "The In-Betweeners: The Eastern Partnership Countries and the Russia-West Conflict," the fifth in its 2015-16 Paper Series.
On April 7, 2016, the Transatlantic Academy published a paper by Senior Fellow Ulrich Speck entitled "The West’s Response to the Ukraine Conflict: A Transatlantic Success Story," the fourth in its 2015-16 Paper Series.
On March 14, 2016, the Transatlantic Academy published a paper by Bosch Public Policy Fellow Hannes Adomeit entitled "Germany’s Russia Policy: From Sanctions to Nord Stream 2?", the third in its 2015-16 Paper Series.
Returning for a third installment of the GMF series on EU crises, Dr. Stephen Szabo, executive director of the Transatlantic Academy, and GMF Senior Fellow Sir Michael Leigh discuss the implications of the March terrorist attacks in Brussels as well as the recent Dutch referendum on Ukraine and the upcoming Brexit referendum vote.
The conflict in Ukraine and the massive influx of refugees from the Middle East and beyond have shown that the European Union is only as secure as its neighborhood. As long as the EU is surrounded by so-called “frozen conflicts,” its interests may be compromised.
On April 7, 2016, The Washington Post's "Monkey Cage" blog published an analysis of the conflict in Nagorno Karabakh by Transatlantic Academy Fellow Nelli Babayan, entitled "Here’s what the research reveals about the violence in Nagorno Karabakh — and how ‘freezing’ conflicts can backfire."