Military studies

Women’s War

Soldiers, refugees, victims, mothers: we must listen to stories about the women’s war in Ukraine. Five weeks have passed since…

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Why the war in Ukraine?

Ukraine gained its independence after it gave up nuclear weapons, as it was occupying third place directly after the Russian…

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A Lack of Invasion Wouldn’t Mean an End to the Ukraine Crisis

Feb. 16 has come and gone, and Russia has not invaded Ukraine, despite warnings from U.S. intelligence sources and officials that a…

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The Current Situation of Russian-Ukrainian Crisis

Russia continues to deploy troops from Russia’s central and eastern regions to its western border and to Belarus, and to…

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Why the Chess Metaphor for Putin Is Wrong

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s decision in late 2021 to amass more than 100,000 soldiers on the Russian border with Ukraine…

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Will Germany Hobble Western Sanctions Against Russia?

By Emma Ashford, a senior fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security, and the author of Oil, the…

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Russia Is Worried About Challenges in the Caucasus

The first two weeks of 2022 have been eventful and consequential ones for Russia and its neighbors. Last week, Russia sent…

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NATO looking at holistic path to boost cyber defense arsenal

STUTTGART, Germany – NATO is moving into 2022 determined to increase its cyber defense posture, investing in new capabilities, refreshing…

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The Future of NATO’s Strategic Concept

2022 will bring two major diplomatic events for the trans-Atlantic community. First, in March, the European Union will adopt its…

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