Long War in Europe

Options for the United States, Poland, and Allies for 2024 and Beyond

Published Jul 5, 2024

by Barry Pavel, Ann Marie Dailey, Stephen J. Flanagan, Krystyna Marcinek, Łukasz Kulesa, Krzysztof Król, Liam Wasley, Tomasz Piotrowski, Daniel Szeligowski, Kęstutis Paulauskas, et al.

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Through a blend of long-term strategic analysis and actionable policy recommendations, leading American and Polish experts, together with invited guests from other allied countries, provided an outline for how America, Poland, and allies can assure that the rules-based international order is effectively defended in Ukraine, Europe, and elsewhere.

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