Ultimately, both the U.S. and EU want an open, global and safe internet rather than a state-controlled internet, as is sought by China, Russia, or Turkey.
Russia’s president exploits three mistakes the United States makes time and again.
The pipeline is already being used to test EU resolve. This must be resisted.
Russia’s propaganda machine has been heavily engaged on behalf of the Caribbean dictatorship.
Climate change is rapidly changing the military environment and requires NATO to rethink its operational approach.
A flawed Litvinenko opera raises important questions.
The Kremlin’s information warfare isn’t always as slick as it’s painted
Finland would rather not discuss its stake in Nord Stream 2, or its other energy dealings with Russia
The Balkans remain a principal theater in Russia’s multi-faceted war against Europe
Twitter and LinkedIn are kowtowing to China