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.
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 are an array of photos commemorating the one year anniversary of the death of Russian journalist, Boris Nemtsov.
Jenny Yang discusses statements made by NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg and Russian Prime Minister Medvedev at the 52nd Munich Security Conference.
Over the past few months, Turkey has experienced a significant number of unauthorized incursions into its territory by Russian military crafts. Khalid Mahdi analyzes the implications of these overflights against the backdrop of both the Syrian conflict and NATO-Russian relations.
As the security situation in Southeastern Europe and the Middle-East continues to destabilize, NATO is now forced to contend with the emergence of a new “arc of crisis.” Khalid Mahdi discusses with the introduction of our newest program, NATO’s Arc of Crisis.
NATO finds itself in a political tinder box. In late November, for the first time in fifty years, an Allied country shot down a Russian fighter jet, setting off a spate of accusations and sanctions between Turkey and Russia. Russia’s President Putin was quick to implement retaliatory economic sanctions and to publically accuse Turkey of […]