With mounting political, economic, and security challenges to an often neglected region of the world, Neil Siviter examines NATO’s presence in Central Asia, and what the Alliance’s next steps in the region may look like.
Following an alleged Ukrainian terrorist plot in Crimea, Russia has increased its footprint on the peninsula. Neil Siviter investigates what the new Crimean fortifications entail, and how Russia’s Crimean investment has affected the Black Sea region.
Four years after one of the most viral campaigns online campaigns of all time, Neil Siviter examines the aftermath of KONY 2012 and how it has impacted both the Lord’s Resistance Army, and the concept of liberal intervention.
Following the United Kingdom’s landmark decision to leave the European Union, Neil Siviter explores the ramifications of Brexit and how it will affect the security of the Euro-Mediterranean region.
As Al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri recently ordered the group’s Syrian affiliate – the Al Nusra front – to form an emirate, Neil Siviter analyzes how the group seeks to achieve this project and also, how a second Islamic State could influence the conflict in Syria
In response to political pressure on burden-sharing within NATO, and the need for increased capacity along it’s eastern front, Neil Siviter analyzes what can be done to sustainably finance the Alliance to face modern crises.