Putin’s war is transforming European security. But not yet fast enough.
Russia’s war in Ukraine has generated a new sense of urgency in providing security assistance to Europe.
All three countries have adopted similar measures in response to Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine.
As air raid sirens sounded and Russian tanks rolled into Ukraine, many people in the Baltic states are left wondering if their countries are next.
The Russian invasion is a direct threat to the European security architecture.
At CEPA Forum 2021, participants weighed the transatlantic alliance’s fitness as it confronts a multitude of challenges
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.