Keeping Russia Out of Alexandroupolis

The Greek government’s abrupt cancellation of U.S.-backed bids to privatize the strategic port of Alexandroupolis raises concerns about possible Russian interference, and threatens to undermine American, trans-Atlantic, and broader interests in expanding the port’s capacity. Given the high potential of

The Expanding Russia-Iran Arms Nexus

After deploying Iranian-made unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to devastating effect against Ukraine, Russia is now set to purchase Iranian short-range ballistic missiles—demonstrating growing ties between these two U.S. adversaries. Russia is currently the largest operator of Iranian UAVs anywhere, increasingly

Why Congress Must Sanction Iran’s Drone Program

According to President Joe Biden’s administration, Iran has not only provided Russia with deadly drones but has deployed troops to Crimea who are “directly engaged on the ground” supporting operations against Ukraine. As the threat from Iranian drones rises, both in the Middle East

Episode 16: Israeli Election Analysis