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R D Hooker Jr
A hypothetical article on a future conflict takes stock of how NATO lost the Baltic states
and the implications for the Alliance.
Christopher Deliso reviews Somewhere Near to History: The Wartime Diaries of Reginald Hibbert, SOE Officer in Albania, 1943-1944, edited by Jane Nicolov.
A new European combat aircraft is still likely to emerge from a programme plagued by mismatched national positions, priorities and industrial responsibilities.
After an uneasy transition from communism to democracy, the Western Balkans becomes China’s playground.
Transparency International’s Government Defence Integrity Index for Central and Eastern Europe suggests slippage in defence governance standards across the region.
Plans by Joe Biden’s incoming US presidential team to use one European regional cooperation structure as a counterpoint to China’s growing influence are unlikely to prove very effective.
Bosnia and Herzegovina’s post-war structure remains fragile, and without international support and scaffolding it risks remaining a frozen conflict.
NATO has declared space to be an operational domain. Questions must be addressed to understand what this means for future strategy and capabilities.
This article proposes that ‘professional irregular’ forces would provide the Baltics with the best defence against Russian aggression.
This panel discussion will examine the latest developments in the Cyprus peace talks.
Responding to Complex Threats: Floods, Blackouts, and Hybrid Attacks
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