Jeffrey Cimmino

Jeffrey Cimmino is a fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security and the center’s deputy director.

Jeffrey Cimmino

To Restore Deterrence, Biden Should Hit Iran Hard

The administration’s cautious approach is only encouraging more aggression.

Biden’s Record on Dealing With Dictators, One Year In

The president has been relatively tough on China but has been unwilling to adequately confront Russia, Iran, and international terrorism.

Washington Should Deter an Attack on Taiwan

It might not be easy, but it’s better than a full-scale war.

The Strategic Consequences of America’s Loss in Afghanistan

The fall of Kabul is a blow not just to global democracy, but to the U.S.'s ongoing foreign policy aims as well.