June 24, 2024

Davidson Comments on Future of NATO for Inkstick Media

Professor of Political Science and International Affairs Jason Davidson

In advance of the 75th anniversary summit for leaders of NATO’s thirty-two member countries in July in Washington, D.C., Professor of Political Science and International Affairs Jason Davidson contributed to an article for Inkstick Media titled “NATO at 75: What’s Its Future?” In the article, Davidson says, “While it would be a mistake to overstate Russia’s power (its GDP is smaller than Italy’s), it does pose a real threat to European security.” Read more.

NATO at 75: What’s Its Future? (Inkstick Media)

Davidson Pens Essay on NATO Strategy for Atlantic Council

Professor of Political Science and International Affairs Jason Davidson

Professor of Political Science and International Affairs Jason Davidson wrote an essay titled “NATO should be ambitious with its new Southern Flank Strategy” for the Atlantic Council’s online publication, The New Atlanticist. The article begins: When the leaders of NATO member states gather for the Alliance’s seventy-fifth anniversary summit in Washington in July, they will have several high-profile items on the agenda. Read more.

NATO should be ambitious with its new Southern Flank Strategy (Atlantic Council)

Davidson Discusses Complex Relationships with Presidents

Professor of Political Science and International Affairs Jason Davidson

Professor of Political Science Jason Davidson made the media rounds on how Silvio Berlusconi had a complex relationship with US presidents, including publication in The Conversation; SF Gate; The Times Union; Bozeman Daily Chronicle; The Telegraph. Read more.

 

Davidson Publishes Commentary on European Defense Spending

Professor of Political Science and International Affairs Jason Davidson

Professor of Political Science and International Affairs Jason Davidson

Professor of Political Science and International Affairs Jason Davidson‘s commentary was published in the Atlantic Council’s publication The New Atlanticist. The piece, “No ‘free-riding’ here: European defense spending defies US critics,” begins: “Barack Obama and Donald Trump agreed on very little. Yet both former U.S. presidents critiqued NATO allies for “free riding” off of U.S. military power.” Read more.

No ‘free-riding’ here: European defense spending defies US critics (Atlantic Council)

The Difference Between an Ally and a Partner (Inkstick Media)

Davidson Publishes Essay on U.S. Allies and Partners

Professor of Political Science and International Affairs Jason Davidson

Professor of Political Science and International Affairs Jason Davidson

Professor of Political Science and International Affairs Jason Davidson, a nonresident senior fellow with the Transatlantic Security Initiative, Atlantic Council, and a Waple Professor, has published an essay on the difference between US allies and partners for the “Adults in a Room” series, which is affiliated with the Stimson Center’s Reimagining US Grand Strategy program. Published in an article titled “The Difference Between an Ally and a Partner” by Inkstick Media, the essay says in part, “U.S. allies are countries that the United States has made a peacetime commitment to defend against attack.” Read more.

Davidson Accepts Atlantic Council Senior Fellowship

Professor of Political Science and International Affairs Jason Davidson

Professor of Political Science and International Affairs Jason Davidson

Professor of Political Science and International Affairs Jason Davidson has accepted a two-year Nonresident Senior Fellowship with the @AtlanticCouncil‘s Transatlantic Security Initiative. The fellowship, along with his current Waple Professorship, will facilitate work on a new book project on the diverse threats #NATO members face and the future of the Atlantic alliance.