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Andrew Rathmell reviews The Dragons and the Snakes: How the West Learned to Fight the Rest, by David Kilcullen.
The Czech domestic intelligence service details the threats to which the Central European country is exposed. It shows the broader challenges of talking about threats as mistrust in established institutions grows in a postfactual era.
Bosnia and Herzegovina’s post-war structure remains fragile, and without international support and scaffolding it risks remaining a frozen conflict.
Western governments cannot afford to ignore the events in Belarus. But they must tread carefully in their reactions.
The recent Polish presidential elections were fuelled with anti-LGBTI+ bigotry. The battle resembled the broader current European fight between liberalism and illiberalism.
The current health crisis has exacerbated the rivalry between great powers. But it has also given Europe a few more opportunities to engage with Russia.
Andrew Monaghan reviews The Russian Understanding of War: Blurring the Lines Between War and Peace, by Oscar Jonsson.
Rod Thornton and Marina Miron
Russia is expecting artificial intelligence to have strategic consequences in cyberspace.
The Arctic is increasingly linked to North Atlantic security issues.
A lecture by Professor Brian Holden Reid FRHistS FRGS FRUSI FRSA FKC, Professor of American History and Military Institutions, King’s College London.
The UK in a Changing World initiative and RUSI are hosting a day long conference to the explore costs and benefits of EU membership for Britain’s diplomacy and foreign, security and defence policies.
A lecture by The Rt Hon Lord Owen CH FRCP, former UK Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs.