Victoria Nuland was a nonresident senior fellow in the Foreign Policy program at Brookings. She now serves as the chief executive officer at the Center for a New American Security. She is also senior counselor at Albright Stonebridge Group, and has served as a strategic advisor at Boston Consulting Group, and the Brady-Johnson distinguished practitioner in the Grand Strategy Program at Yale University. At Brookings, Nuland worked on a full range of global foreign policy challenges, including shrinking public support for U.S. leadership, the future of Europe, Russia, threats to democratic governance, and the rise of autocracy.
These channels are especially vital at a time when relations at the leader level are so unpredictable. [SACEUR General Curtis Scaparrotti is] uniquely positioned [to raise U.S. concerns about Russia’s] ongoing military role in Ukraine, its INF treaty violations, its active measures to undermine Transatlantic democracies and the other strategic tensions that are driving the US and its Allies to take stronger deterrent measures.