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 →
The Crisis in Ukraine, and the Russian perspective of the “Borderland”
by Bryan Rivas Disclaimer: Almost the entire text was written prior to the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Thus, it does not deal with the invasion itself, but rather the causes that ultimately led to it. Introduction In the past couple of weeks, the biggest developments in Ukraine since the Euromaidan protests have... Continue Reading →
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 →
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