While the Russo-Ukranian conflict has challenged many geo-political norms, it has also caused many to reconsider theories of warfare. In this article, Ian Litschko and Josh Campbell examine Russia’s cyber operations in Ukraine.
Author: Ian Litschko
Добрый День Mate
With Russian naval vessels appearing outside of Australia during the 2014 APEC Summit, Ian Litschko examines the reaction.
The Ukrainian Elections: An Interview with Dr Lada Roslycky
Following yesterday’s discussion on the current situation in Ukraine, Ian Litschko speaks with Dr. Lada Roslycky about the recent elections in Ukraine.
The Ukrainian Situation: An Interview with Dr. Lada Roslycky
As the situation in Ukraine continues to evolves, Ian Litschko speaks with Lada Roslycky about the situation on the ground.
The Kremlin’s Hot Air Brings All the Blimps to the Dirgibledromes
As increased attention is paid to the Russian skies, Ian Litschko examines the various Russian blimp projects.
Mining in the Motherland: An Interview with Kevan Ford on the Impact of Sanctions on the Russian Mining Industry
Ian Litschko, Samantha Di Santo and Anojan Nicholas sit down with Kevan Ford, Director and CEO of Great Lakes Metallurgy Ltd. to discuss Canadian involvement in the Russian mining sector.
A Wall is a Wall, No Matter How Small
While walls have proven ineffective in today’s world, Ukraine has begun construction of a physical border with Russia. As this project progresses, Ian Litschko discusses the project, its pitfalls and its impact on relations.
One Nuke, Two Nuke, Cold Nuke, Putin’s Nuke
As Russia’s military modernization continues to improve the Northern Fleet, Ian Litschko examines the nuclear additions to its arsenal in light of the information released through the New START Treaty.
The Slight Inconvenience of Oil Sanctions
As an exploratory well in the Kara Sea hits oil, Ian Litschko examines the the inconvenience of sanctions in the Russian Arctic.