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Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies

The Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies is Stanford University’s hub for nonpartisan, interdisciplinary research, teaching and policy impact in international affairs.





Weapons of Mass Destruction: What Will Be New in the 2022 NATO Strategic Concept?

Rose Gottemoeller, Steven C. Házy Lecturer at CISAC
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 6/27/22 (Author)

The Ministers of Defense at the NATO headquarters in Brussells

Image: Wikimedia Commons

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Why Ukraine Has Better Manpower than Russia

Times Radio, 7/04/22 (Interview)

NATO Changes Represent 'Biggest Overhaul' Ever

CBC News, 6/29/22 (Interview)

Restructuring the Security Order of Europe

NHK World, 6/28/22 (Interview)

Why It’s Crucial that the G7 and NATO Summits are Back-to-Back

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 6/27/22 (Interview)


From Michael McFaul, FSI Director:

Russia Invited to G20 Summit in Indonesia

Meet the Press, 6/30/22 (Interview)

From Kiyoteru Tsutsui, Deputy Director of Shorenstein APARC:

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In Southeast Asia, the United States Needs to Up its Economic Game

Scot Marciel, Visiting Scholar at APARC
The Jerusalem Strategic Tribune, 7/05/22 (Author)

What to Watch for at this Week’s NATO Summit

James Goldgeiger, Visiting Scholar at CISAC
Washington Post, 6/29/22 (Author)

The Ukraine War: Five Months On… Impact of Russia’s Invasion and Lessons Learned

Steven Pifer, William J. Perry Fellow at CISAC
CDA Institute, 6/27/22 (Interview)

January 6 and Ukraine

Francis Fukuyama, Olivier Nomellini Senior Fellow at FSI
American Purpose, 6/27/22 (Author)


From Riana Pfefferkorn, Research Scholar at the Stanford Internet Observatory:

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