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  • 2019 - UKRAINE: FIVE YEARS AFTER THE REVOLUTION OF DIGNITY

    2019 - UKRAINE: FIVE YEARS AFTER THE REVOLUTION OF DIGNITY

    Jane Cordy (Canada)

     

    Five years after the Revolution of Dignity, Ukraine still faces tremendous challenges both in protecting its sovereignty in the face of the ongoing Russian aggression and in fulfilling its commitments towards reform. It is clear that there is frustration and…

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  • 2019 - A NEW ERA FOR NUCLEAR DETERRENCE? MODERNISATION, ARMS CONTROL, AND ALLIED NUCLEAR FORCES

    2019 - A NEW ERA FOR NUCLEAR DETERRENCE? MODERNISATION, ARMS CONTROL, AND ALLIED NUCLEAR FORCES

    Joseph A. DAY (Canada)

    The Alliance’s nuclear posture, which relies heavily on the strategic forces of the United States and, to a lesser extent, of France and the United Kingdom, is responding to a changing international environment and will likely change more in the not too distant future…

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  • 2019 - NATO EXERCICES - EVOLUTION AND LESSONS LEARNED

    2019 - NATO EXERCICES - EVOLUTION AND LESSONS LEARNED

    Lara MARTINHO (Portugal)

    Recent NATO summits have outlined a series of initiatives designed to respond to a growing set of challenges facing the Alliance. In the East an increasingly aggressive and assertive Russia is refocusing attention on defence and deterrence at home. Terrorism and…

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  • 2019 - EVOLVING SECURITY IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC

    2019 - EVOLVING SECURITY IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC

    Nicholas SOAMES (United Kingdom)

    Ensuring the Atlantic Ocean remains Allied-friendly is essential to the trans-Atlantic Alliance: NATO’s defence and deterrence posture is predicated on Allied freedom of movement in the North Atlantic.  Russian military presence in the North…

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  • 2019 - NATO IN THE CYBER AGE: STRENGTHENING SECURITY AND DEFENCE, STABILISING DETERRENCE

    2019 - NATO IN THE CYBER AGE: STRENGTHENING SECURITY AND DEFENCE, STABILISING DETERRENCE

    Susan Davis (United States)

    As every sphere of human society is becoming increasingly more connected, cyber threats are skyrocketing. Networks owned and operated by NATO suffer hundreds of cyber incidents every month, and intrusions into crucial networks in Allied nations are rising dramatically…

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  • 2019 - NATO-RUSSIA RELATIONS – A SNAPSHOT

    2019 - NATO-RUSSIA RELATIONS – A SNAPSHOT

    Raynell ANDREYCHUK (Canada)

    The Rapporteur, Senator Raynell Andreychuk (Canada) analyses Russia’…

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  • 2019 - THE REPUBLIC OF NORTH MACEDONIA : POLITICAL CHANGE, NATO ACCESSION AND ECONOMIC TRANSITION

    2019 - THE REPUBLIC OF NORTH MACEDONIA : POLITICAL CHANGE, NATO ACCESSION AND ECONOMIC TRANSITION

    Ausrine ARMONAITE (Lithuania)

    The Republic of North Macedonia is on the cusp of accession to NATO. Following the ratification of the landmark Prespa agreement with Greece that changes the country’s legal name from the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia to the Republic of North Macedonia, Athens…

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