Canadians for Democracy in Russia, in conjunction with Euromaidan Canada, present striking photos highlighting the brutal nature of the current conflict in Eastern Ukraine.
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.
In an original post, Dr. Lada Rollicky, Director of Strategic Communications at Ukraine today, discusses some of the highlights from the first ever Odessa Security Forum event, which was co-organized by the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.
Živilė Marija Vaicekauskaitė examines the priorities of NATO’s Baltic members for the 2016 NATO Summit in Poland, and their importance for regional security.
For two years now, following Russia’s illegal annexation of Crimea in 2014, cooperation within the NATO-Russia Council (NRC) had been suspended. With a meeting of the NRC scheduled to take place in April 20, 2016, Neil Siviter examines how renewed cooperation could strengthen approaches to longstanding international security issues.
From Canadians for Democracy in Russia and Euromaidan Canada Committee comes an exhibit of photos highlighting key moments from the war in Eastern Ukraine, as well some of key players involved in facilitating the Russian annexation of Crimea.
Sandy Vingoe examines how strained relations between Russia and Turkey, sparked by competing geopolitical interests in Syria and the Black Sea region, have prompted greater Turkish engagement with the European Union.
In a series on NATO’s response to the 21st Century security environment, Khalid Mahdi discusses the key components of the Alliance’s Readiness Action Plan (RAP): adaptation and assurance. This week’s post analyzes the role of the NATO Response Force in strengthening the Alliance’s rapid response capabilities.
In response to the situation in Eastern-Ukraine, Canadians for Democracy in Russia and Euromaidan Canada Committee have organized an image exhibit that aims to increase public awareness of the conflict. Included in this week’s display is an array of photos demonstrating the Russian Military’s involvement in the “referendum,” which led to the secession of Crimea from Ukraine.