Ivan Krastev in The New York Times on Russia and Syria

On Wednesday, October 7, TA Bosch Public Policy Fellow Ivan Krastev, published an op-ed in the New York Times entitled "Is Vladimir Putin Trying to Teach the West a Lesson in Syria?"

Uli Speck on "The Case for Euro-Optimism", New York Times

On Tuesday, October 6, 2015, TA Senior Fellow Ulrich Speck published an op-ed, "The Case for Euro-Optimism," in the New York Times.

" Europe is declining, disintegrating, collapsing — for many observers, the only question left is how long this ugly drama will last. Across the Continent, optimism about the future of the European project is in short supply."

Germany Must Start to Address Root Causes of Refugee Crisis

By Ulrich Speck

Germany is hotly debating the refugee crisis, but astonishingly that does not translate into an intensified interest in its root cause, which is, to a large extent, the way the Assad regime is conducting the war in Syria.

Russia Bridges A Transatlantic Trust Divide

By Nelli Babayan

In his speech before the United Nations General Assembly last week, Russian President Vladimir Putin repeatedly called for international cooperation based on common interests, underlining that possible disagreements and compromise-based solutions are the core of international relations.

Angela Stent on C-Span's Washington Journal

On Sunday, October 4, 2015 TA Senior Fellow Angela Stent appeared on C-Span's Washington Journal to talk about Russian President Vladimir Putin’s authorization of a military campaign in Syria with the expressed goal of driving out ISIS. Topics included President Obama’s meeting earlier in the week at the United Nations with President Putin.