Did Russian threat propel Germany into its traditional role? Adlan Taramov Explores how migration crisis and war in Ukraine are bringing back Europe’s old insecurities that could translate into a new period of German leadership in Europe.
Author: Adlan Taramov
Adlan Taramov is the Research Analyst at the NATO Association of Canada. Adlan has BA in Political Science and History from the University of Toronto. Adlan completed MA in International Relations from the Munk School for Global Affairs at the University of Toronto with the focus on Security and Public Policy in Europe and Eurasia. Adlan fluently speaks four languages and has extensive experience in management, consulting, and public relations.
Saudi-Iranian Rivalry Politicizes OPEC and Derails Doha Deal
Adlan Taramov analyzes recent OPEC Doha meeting and its outcome in the context of global oil price war and Saudi-Iran rivalry.
The Pentagon will use new exotic weapons to deter Russia and China
Adlan Taramov analyzes NATO’s shift to the futuristic ‘third offset’ strategy designed to deter Russia and China.
Will Middle East tensions lead to lower oil prices?
How will tensions in the Middle East affect oil prices?