Tag: Rachel Ellehuus

Rachel Ellehuus cited in War on the Rocks article, “Predictable Unpredictability? U.S. Arctic Strategy and Ways of Doing Business in the Region”

“Alliances and partnerships in the region have been highlighted in the U.S. Arctic policy documents over the years as the greatest strategic asymmetric advantage over rivals in the region, and therefore the cornerstone of regional strategy. Notably, activity with and through allies and partners can help to partly offset the

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Rachel Ellehuus quoted in NPR article, “‘Maybe I’m Not as Safe as Before’: Turkish Admiral Seeking Asylum In U.S. Speaks Out”

“‘I wouldn’t say it’s entirely implausible,’ says Rachel Ellehuus, deputy director of the Europe Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, a Washington think tank. ‘I’ve never seen proof to that end.’ “Still, Ellehuus and others say that Erdogan has clearly benefited from the coup — which he

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