Stefanie Babst

Contributions

A Strategy for Containing Putin’s Russia

The United States, Europe, and their global partners need to design a broad and well-coordinated strategy against the regime in Moscow in order to thwart Vladimir Putin’s ambitions now and in the future.

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IP Quarterly
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NATO and China: Time to Talk

Despite the existing differences, increased dialogue between NATO and China would help find areas where there is common ground.

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IP Quarterly
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How NATO Should Respond to Russia’s Alternative Reality

Forced into negotiations with Moscow at gun point, the United States and its European allies need to get out of the corner that President Vladimir Putin has pushed them into. NATO should state its own preconditions and not shy away from applying economic sanctions.

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IP Quarterly
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Hard Questions for NATO post-Afghanistan

The Western allies need to review what went wrong in Afghanistan with a genuine sense of humility. Otherwise they are bound to repeat the same mistakes in the future.

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IP Quarterly
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Germany Is Unprepared for Strategic Simultaneity

A double crisis involving China and Russia as early as next year is a plausible scenario. However, the German politicians jostling to succeed Angela Merkel have presented no answers. Worse, they are not even acknowledging the need for a long-term strategy.

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IP Quarterly
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A Small Window of Opportunity

Most politicians likely to form the post-Merkel government haven’t grasped the magnitude of the tasks ahead when it comes to rethinking Germany’s foreign policy.

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IP Quarterly
Toward a New German Foreign Policy
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