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A New Security Strategy

Croatia adapts to a changing world By Damir Krstičević, Anita Perešin and Anto Zelić Photos by Reuters Croatia’s new National Security Strategy outlines major national security interests and how to deal with them. The previous…

Lightning over Europe

Cutting-edge F-35A Strike Fighters train with Eastern NATO allies By per Concordiam Staff On April 25, 2017, two U.S. Air Force F-35A Lightning II Joint Strike Fighters touched down at Ämari Air Base in Estonia. Three days later, two…

ISIS in Turkey

The government’s response has global consequences By Ahmet S.Yayla, Ph.D., George Mason University The Reina nightclub attack, which occurred in the early hours of New Year’s Day 2017 in Istanbul, Turkey, and the counterterrorism…

Women, Peace and Security

Involving more women in peace processes and the security sector will yield lasting benefits By Annjulie Vester, Marshall Center Photos by the associated press Women across the world face challenges to their status every day, but…

Better Training Better Soldiers

Developing and Improving Ukraine’s Military Education Process By Maj. Gen. Igor Tolok, Ukrainian Ministry of Defense The Revolution of Dignity opened a new chapter in the history of Ukraine, paving the way for a new open society, free…

Wielding Intelligence as a Weapon

Defeating the Islamic State requires a patient commitment to building multinational spy networks By Col. (Ret.) József Kis-Benedek, Ph.D. Professor, National University of Public Service, Hungary The Islamic State (IS) is much more than…

Stopping the Spread of WMD

The U.S. Department of Energy works with the Kyrgyz Republic to fight proliferation By Bakyt T. Kakchekeev The Kyrgyz Republic is committed to the peaceful development of all countries, supports the peaceful resolution of conflicts and…

Cyber Security in Ukraine

International threats compel Kiev to establish a national cyber security system By Valentyn Petrov, Secretariat of National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine Analysis of Ukraine’s national security confirms a high threat level…

Between Hegemony & Arkhe

The Ukrainian crisis matches Western soft power against Russian brute force By Martin Sokolov, Marshall Center "The strong do what they can and the weak suffer what they must.” ~  Thucydides, The History of the Peloponnesian War…

Moscow’s Disinformation War

Europeans take steps to counter Russian propaganda masquerading as news In the French newspaper Le Figaro, a pro-Russian supplement is tucked inside. On the surface, it appears to be part of the newspaper, but its overt positive spin on…
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