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The Tajik leader is becoming the most popular man on the block following the U.S. withdrawal
To get the right balance between child safety and privacy, companies must work with experts in all relevant disciplines to get it right.
The United States shouldn’t surrender to Europe’s Digital Markets Act.
The European Union’s defense and security review can open the way to a Europe-only use of military power.
Georgia might be close to a foreign policy rethink, bringing subtle but significant change
The move from French conventional subs to U.S.-UK boats will be fraught with problems even after President Macron’s anger has abated
Belarusian resistance to Russia’s demands for union is diminishing as a heavily sanctioned Lukashenka pleads for help
The Minsk Protocol is under attack. But the problem is not the deal, it’s one of the signatories.
The glimmer of hope is that Russia might be more willing to avoid miscalculation and tactical errors with NATO and its allies
If Europe is not taken seriously in global security, the fault lies at home.
The last time that Russia and its allies exercised as many as 70,000 personnel on its western borders during Zapad-17, the enormous, treaty-busting military maneuvers caused widespread unease in the Baltic states and those other neighbors with recent memories of Soviet occupation.
This weekend (September 17-19) Russians will vote for 450 members of the Duma, the country’s lower legislative body. Although the polls for Putin’s party — United Russia — are grim, the outcome is preordained.
Russia’s regime has a well-tested bag of tricks to confound the will of the people.
The announcement of the new advanced technology-sharing pact between Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States (Aukus) signals increasing alignment of the three allies on the threat from China.
How to interpret the Duma election results in detail? It will be worth watching the following districts on and after election night.
The Duma’s single-member districts are critical to Putin’s party and there are growing signs of anxiety in the Kremlin.
The West would be foolish to believe its outline peace plan for Ukraine is anything other than a disaster in the making.
Putin’s view of the fight against Islamism is shaped by his belief that Westerners make calculations the same way he does.
An international cross-party alliance of lawmakers is supporting Lithuania and Taiwan.
The security of the Baltic Sea region will continue to be determined by the climate of east-west relations and EU-NATO cohesion.
In the Baltic Sea region Russia has strengthened its quantitative and qualitative advantage.
The United States and its allies are in the process of a contentious, protracted, and belated effort to assess and respond to the threats from Russia and China, amid disruptive economic, technological, and public health challenges.
The Kremlin aims to be the dominant power in Eurasia, using Russia’s size to exert strong influence over its neighbors and to bargain with big countries on an equal basis.
Russia’s military capabilities and plans, coupled with the changing nature of warfare and the disadvantageous topography of the Baltic states, shape the strategic outlook for the Baltic Sea region.
Alliance credibility — or lack of it — is, therefore, the key factor in regional security. It should not be taken for granted.
The operational and strategic roles of the different headquarters involved in the Baltic Sea region are unclear, and to outsiders even bewildering.
The security of the Atlantic alliance and all its member states is only as strong as that of its weakest and most peripheral members.
The building blocks of a seamless digital society
As sectors continue to grow more dependent on data flows, cybersecurity threats are becoming a bigger priority for the United States and the European Union.