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The recent escalation of the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan has once again shown that a frozen conflict can reach its melting point rapidly.
Moscow’s pivotal role, but also Russia’s limitations, have been exposed by the latest war in the Caucasus.
Ukraine’s latest national security strategy document is yet another step in the country’s decades-long struggle to uphold its sovereignty and territorial integrity.
Alexandra St John Murphy and Benno Zogg
Unprecedented protests leave Belarus irrevocably changed and civil society awakened. While events are not geopolitical in origin, this domestic upheaval will have long-term international implications.
Western governments cannot afford to ignore the events in Belarus. But they must tread carefully in their reactions.
Kakhaber Kemoklidze and Natia Seskuria
August 2020 marks the 12-year anniversary of the Russo-Georgian War, but Moscow continues to violate Georgia’s internationally recognised borders.
Ageing railways, poor-quality roads and an inadequate response by the authorities to calls for basic services are the weak underbelly of the Russian infrastructure system.
Adam Coffey reviews Ukraine and the Art of Strategy, by Lawrence Freedman.
Bettina Renz reviews Russian ‘Hybrid Warfare’: Resurgence and Politicisation, by Ofer Fridman