U.S. and NATO Foreign Policy in Afghanistan: Historical Analysis and the Implications of Withdrawal from Afghanistan

by Zachary Pittman Zach Pittman is a current Masters of Arts in Statecraft and International Affairs student with the Institute of World Politics. He previously worked for the Counterterrorism Group as assistant team lead for the Counter Threat Strategic Communications team and a Counterintelligence and Cyber analyst. His interests are in Middle Eastern and North... Continue Reading →

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 →

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