Putin’s war is transforming European security. But not yet fast enough.
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Iran’s rulers enthusiastically seek to destroy the liberal world order and therefore support Russia’s aggression. But they can’t manage full-throated support.
Countering a Swedish-Finnish bid for NATO membership has been a perennial Kremlin goal. That now looks to have failed as the countries seem poised to join.
The West is beginning to think about a long war in Ukraine, but for most allies, the end game is still far from clear.
Vladimir Putin might have cut off gas to Poland and Bulgaria following his invasion of Ukraine. But his real target is European sanctions unity.
When American and European leaders meet this weekend for the second round of the Trade and Technology Council, they will insist on transatlantic harmony.
Russia’s failed invasion of Ukraine can pave the way to ending the Kremlin’s weaponized disinformation against the West.
European telecom operators are once again knocking on doors of governments seeking relief from Big Tech for the costs of building and operating their networks.
NATO and the EU have an enticing opportunity to improve relations between the sometimes fractious states of the region.
Russia’s war in Ukraine has generated a new sense of urgency in providing security assistance to Europe.
Russia says its invasion of Ukraine is “a war against Western neo-colonialism,” a theme developed to attract Asian and other states to an imperialist endeavor.
American companies dominate Europe’s cloud industry. The continent is struggling to find a coherent response and threatens to veer toward data protectionism.
Vladimir Putin may be a war criminal to most in the West, but for ardent Russian ultranationalists he is a risen Christ fighting a crusade.
Belarus is mourning the death of its first head of state, who perestroika brought into politics and who continued to educate until the end of his life.
The US is to blame for everything in the topsy turvy world of Russian propaganda, except the things it’s actually involved in.
Whatever hopes Vladimir Putin may have had to celebrate a Russian victory over Ukraine on May 9, the reality is that he has merely damaged Russia itself.
Behind-the-scenes maneuvering signals continuing battles for power among the Russian security forces, the siloviki.
Putin’s hollow victory masks a great defeat
On May 9, Vladimir Putin will almost certainly declare victory over something. It’s not yet clear quite what.
On 9 May, President Putin will preside over this year’s annual commemoration of the conclusion of the Great Patriotic War, the end of World War II.
Like so much else, the May 9 celebrations have been soured by Vladimir Putin’s ambitions.
The naval conflict has been less visible during Russia’s assault on Ukraine, but the outcome of the war at sea is absolutely critical.
Russia has slowly raised the temperature in the Black Sea region, creating ever-greater problems for its neighbors.
An unhealthy obsession with numbers can explain the West’s misreading of Russia’s military capabilities
The Western reaction to the current crisis in Ukraine shows that we will have to revive the concept of deterrence, and quickly.
As technology shapes our societies, the European Union (EU) is moving to increase its government oversight.
Despite some progress, gaps in countering COVID-19 disinformation and propaganda from Russia and China and unintentional misinformation spread still exist.
As Russia sends tanks and soldiers to invade Ukraine, it is also dispatching censors and regulators to strangle the free and open flow of information in Russia.
The Kremlin are not Boy Scouts. They use cyber and disinformation to destroy lives, societal structures, and trust in our democratic systems.
The United States, NATO, and regional players must work together to enhance political cohesion and create a unified security strategy for the Baltic Sea.
“The threat from Russia is real and it is growing. While a new Russian offensive is not imminent, I fear it is increasingly likely.”
By promoting ethnic harmony and good governance, the US can help bring stability to the Western Balkans and pursue its own foreign policy objectives.
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Tipping the balance in favor of democracy, human rights, and a more just and equitable world will require unrelenting persistence and hard work