Main Image Credit Kristina Kokhanova / Alamy Stock Photo / Monument of Independence
The confrontation between Russia and the West is not merely about the future of Ukraine’s security arrangements; it is about Europe’s entire post-Cold War strategic framework. To all intents and purposes, Russia is demanding another division of the continent into spheres of influence, something the Europeans have spent the past three decades trying to avoid.
This is not a winner-takes-all confrontation, and many permutations are possible. However, what is certain is that the continent is confronted with its worst security crisis since the fall of the Berlin Wall.
RUSI has followed this confrontation from the start; the collection here brings together all our contributions from different perspectives and angles and across other intellectual disciplines, from history to economics, from epidemiology to the science of the battlefield.
Geopolitics and diplomacy
Dr Karin von Hippel
Associate Director, Strategic Research Partnerships
Dr Neil Melvin
Director, International Security
Research Fellow, Russia and Eurasia
Research Fellow for European Security
Professor Mark Galeotti
Senior Associate Fellow
Professor Michael Clarke
Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies
Offensive cyber capabilities
Director, Cyber Research
Professor Justin Bronk
Senior Research Fellow, Airpower & Technology
Dr Jack Watling
Senior Research Fellow, Land Warfare
Research Analyst, Land Warfare
Dr Sidharth Kaushal
Research Fellow, Sea Power