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Williams Piece on Putin’s Fear of Democracy Published in the Atlantic Council UkraineAlert Blog
"Putin has always known that NATO poses no credible security threat to Russia itself. Since the end of the Cold War, NATO’s force posture and the U.S. military presence in Europe have greatly declined, reducing any potential military threat to Russia. What really scares the Russian elite is the spread of democracy," argues Michael John Williams, associate professor of public administration and international affairs.
Williams Reacts to the US Deployment of Tanks to Ukraine in Atlantic Council Article
"The decision of Germany to allow allies to send Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine, as well as Berlin dispatching its own bilateral donation, is a significant symbol of allied commitment to Ukraine, but the implications of this move should not be exaggerated," says Michael Williams, associate professor of public administration and international affairs.
See related: Defense & Security, Europe, International Affairs, Russia, U.S. Foreign Policy, Ukraine, United States
Williams contributes to Atlantic Council piece on AUKUS deal
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Williams discusses impact of Afghanistan withdrawal on NATO in Atlantic Council blog
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Williams explains the value of a NATO Carrier Strike Group on Atlantic Council podcast
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Williams contributes Atlantic Council piece on the future of NATO
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