William DiRubbio, a student affiliate with the Albritton Center for Grand Strategy (CGS) at the Bush School of Government & Public Service, has published a new article, “Countering Kaliningrad’s Threat to NATO,” in the RUSI Journal.
In the article, DiRubbio argues that NATO must develop a more effective strategy towards the Kaliningrad oblast. This involves a prioritisation of targets in Kaliningrad and forward-placing NATO capabilities near the oblast to facilitate a quick response.
Bush School students have the opportunity to join CGS as affiliates during their first year at the Bush School. The affiliate programs allows for the opportunity to attend small gatherings with guest speakers and career talks with Bush School alumni.