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.
Are Turkey and Ukraine Teaming Up to Combat Russian Aggression? Layla Wahbi discusses escalating Russian tensions and the new economic and military alliance between Turkey and Ukraine.
Sophie Barnett discusses Israel’s recent acceptance to establish a Permanent Office at NATO Headquarters, and the implications of a continued upgrade in NATO-Israel relations.
Will reforms be enough to tackle corruption? In light of recent protests, Layla Wahbi discusses corruption within Iraq and what reforms would mean for the country’s security institution.
Following the deadly outbreak of violence between Azerbaijan and Armenia in the perpetually unstable conflict of Nagorno-Karabakh, Neil Siviter examines what role NATO can play to facilitate peace.
The Dawn of the virtual age has created a new battlefield for future wars. Israel’s 2015 proposal on digital defence called for adapting global security alliances to cyber security: A NATO of cyber defence. Pierre-Olivier Bussieres questions whether this could be the way forward for NATO.