Airbases, Arctic warfare troops, and air-defence systems. Aleksi Korpela maps out Russia’s militarization of the Arctic from Pechenga to Wrangel Island.
The ‘NATO Operations’ program provides historical and analytical commentary on missions and operations conducted by NATO—both past and present, and around the world. It looks at events that shape global politics, and provides information on a variety of countries and events that affect their futures. When probing into some of the most influential events in modern history, our enthusiastic group of writers are always excited and ready to provide interesting and objective insights to our readers.
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.
Drazo Kraishnik looks at politics surrounding Bosnia’s NATO membership.
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 Read More…