Security studies

Between Association and Membership: what European destiny for Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia?

By Pierre MIREL By declaring that “Ukraine belongs to our European family”, the European Council did not promise its accession…

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Russian society and the war in Ukraine: between silence and doubts

After presenting the official Russian data on the support of Russian public opinion for the “special operation” (I), the author…

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The Russian army in the Ukrainian conflict: what first lessons?

The Russian army was thought out and designed for a war of destruction of the armed forces of NATO, not…

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How does the world face the problem of food?

Many questions arise in the economic arena, how can the global economic situation be evaluated in light of such situations?…

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Why Did Muslims Become the New Enemy in Norway and Europe?

People with anti-Islamic views wish to restrict Muslim immigration and Islamic religious practices. In their view, Islam is a homogenous,…

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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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A Popular Uprising Can Oust Putin

Putin’s place at the long table in the Kremlin is more insecure than ever, and even though he will cling…

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Myanmar – from one dictatorship to another

The coup occurred on 1 February, just before the newly elected parliament was set to convene. This timing made it…

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How the Russia-Ukraine Crisis Is Turning Poland Into a Strategic Player

As a key NATO ally that shares a 332-mile border with Ukraine, Poland has been quietly bracing for the worst.…

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