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The 10 Best Articles on International Security Concerns this week

Each week we provide a collection of 10 must reads from around the web on issues pertaining to international security. Simply click the article title to open a new tab. … Continue reading

11/09/2014 · Leave a comment

The 10 Best Articles on International Security Concerns this week

Each week we provide a collection of 10 must reads from around the web on issues pertaining to international security. Simply click the article title to open a new tab. … Continue reading

04/09/2014 · Leave a comment

The 10 Best Articles on International Security Concerns this week

Each week we provide a collection of 10 must reads from around the web on issues pertaining to international security. Simply click the article title to open a new tab. … Continue reading

30/07/2014 · Leave a comment

Policy Brief: The Curious Case of NATO-Russia Relations: Keeping Open the Political Dialogue

by Raluca Csernatoni Since the end of the Cold War many critical voices have questioned NATO’s raison d’être and whether NATO has outlived its original usefulness. Current events, from the … Continue reading

25/07/2014 · Leave a comment

The 10 Best Articles on International Security Concerns this week

Each week we provide a collection of 10 must reads from around the web on issues pertaining to international security. Simply click the article title to open a new tab. … Continue reading

04/07/2014 · Leave a comment

The 10 Best Articles on International Security Concerns this week

Each week we provide a collection of 10 must reads from around the web on issues pertaining to international security. Simply click the article title to open a new tab. … Continue reading

13/06/2014 · Leave a comment

Lessons learnt from the Gulf of Aden operations

by Saara Ilmonen The Security and Defence Agenda organised an evening debate on ‘Lessons learnt from the Gulf of Aden operations’, with speakers Robert G. Bell (US Mission to NATO), … Continue reading

21/05/2014 · 2 Comments

Why does the EU need an autonomous military muscle when it already has NATO?

by Raluca Csernatoni NATO and the EU have indeed 22 members in common, but they are different institutional entities in terms of goals and scope, with different organizational structures, historical … Continue reading

19/05/2014 · 1 Comment

Is the Transnistrian Frozen Conflict Next? Moldova’s Fuzzy Position between Russia and the West

by Raluca Csernatoni The corrosive influence of the existing frozen or protracted conflicts in the European Union’s (EU) Eastern Neighborhood has been made acutely obvious by the Crimean crisis, as … Continue reading

23/04/2014 · 6 Comments

The Crimean Gambit And Putin’s Motivations

by Alexander Svitych The following is a guest post. Views expressed are solely those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of ISIS Europe. In the year 1945 the … Continue reading

25/03/2014 · Leave a comment

From Cold-War zero-sum to win-win scenarios between Russia and the EU – The EU emergency summit takes a soft-line on Russia

by Raluca Csernatoni The EU should have put forward a strong and swift response to Russia, as not only Ukraine’s political identity and unity is at stake with the recent … Continue reading

07/03/2014 · 2 Comments

Future of European defence

by Saara Ilmonen Following last December’s EU Summit and its conclusions on CSDP, the European Policy Centre (EPC), the Centro Studi sul Federalismo (CSF) and the Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI) … Continue reading

05/02/2014 · Leave a comment

Afghanistan’s region: 2014 and beyond

by Myrto Hatzigeorgopoulos As the Presidential election and the withdrawal of NATO/ISAF troops are looming, there is revived interest in the post-2014 future of Afghanistan and its surrounding neighbourhood. The … Continue reading

31/01/2014 · Leave a comment

Behind the headlines: Chechnya

by Francois Ducrotte  Chechnya, or the Chechen Republic, is a small republic of Russia, bordering Georgia. It is not an independent state but an autonomous republic which used to be … Continue reading

28/11/2013 · Leave a comment

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