Content: Local, homegrown terrorism and organized crime in the Western societies - Aleksandar Atanasov The Cold Peace: Why did the West embark on a NATO enlargement that threatened to destabilise a fragile Russian Federation? - Brock S. Cullen-Irace The Ukraine debacle: How the first conventional war in Europe for over 80 years is reshaping the... Continue Reading →
De Re Militari English Issue 6
It was a long and eventful year. Our magazine is already part of the De Re Militari Association, which became active in 2021, and we hope to expand our activities in this way. At the end of the year, we are pleased to announce that we are finishing our work with a new edition in... Continue Reading →
COVID19 – is it the new Plague? Most likely not.
In 1346 an invisible enemy started crawling across Asia to Europe. Scientists are still arguing about the exact way of how it spread. Rats were previously thought to be the carriers, but later on, fleas were proved to most likely be the origin. In any case, the Mongol troops who besieged the city of Azov... Continue Reading →
Kyle Orton* on SDF and geopolitical balance between Russia, the US, and Turkey
This interview was published in De Re Militari English, Issue 2 – check it out here: De Re Militari ENG, Issue 2. De Re Militari (DRM): Not long ago, Putin said he would support Turkey's interests in Northern Syria if Erdogan recognizes Syria's territorial integrity. What does this statement mean for the SDF and more... Continue Reading →
De Re Militari English Issue 2 is out!
The second edition of De Re Militari's Journal of conflicts and analysis is now available for download. In the issue, you can find: interviews with analysts Levent Kemal and Kyle Orton on Turkey, SDF, the US and Russia an important text by Kiril Avramov on Eastern Ukraine and the new Donbas` heroes an analysis of... Continue Reading →
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