Short opinion pieces (500-700 words) with a strong thesis and policy recommendations are the core of the Open Think Tank. Some advice on how to write and submit a great op-ed. We also encourage you to comment on the articles by fellow members.
The best arguments from the articles and comments will be summarized in Atlantic Memos that are presented to decision-makers.
NATO Needs to Make Itself Heard
To Enhance Cohesion, NATO Should Change Its Name
NATO: Solidarity Through Diversity
How Europe and the US Can Usher in a New Age of Solidarity
Increasing Solidarity: How to Fairly Prioritize the Alliance's Security Threats
A Time Capsule to the Present: Restructure. Recruit. Rebalance
The Threats Within
Solidarity Means Involvement
Prioritizing Threats to Bring the Alliance Together
Creating a Credible Identity Through a Perimeter
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