Why should we blame it on Russia?

By Mia Babikyan & Alexander Stoyanov Every great story needs its villain. Human history makes no exception – generation after generation, people look for the villains of their time to use them as a scapegoat for their own actions. In the past ten years European history has had its unquestionable villain -Russia. The Kremlin has... 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 →

The End of The American Dream Abroad

Eighteen years ago, the course of history was dramatically changed with the coordinated crash of two passenger airliners into the World Trade Center. 9/11 marks the starting point of what the United States would dub the War on Terror, gathering a large coalition of partners. The War on Terror is still ongoing today, 18 years... Continue Reading →

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