Obama’s final speech to NATO came in Warsaw 2016 after the Warsaw Summit had concluded. The speech’s length, around 12 minutes, was roughly similar to the length of Trump’s speech, but the similarities quickly end here. Despite addressing some common topics, the manner in which each President decided to address these topics draws attention to Read More…
Tag: Deterrence and Defence Posture
5 Reasons Why Upcoming US Interceptor Test Affects American Deterrence
On May 30th 2017, America will test its Ground-Based Midcourse Defense system (GMD) against a target designed to simulate an ICBM attack against the continental United States for the first time. This test occurs against a backdrop of growing worries relating to North Korea’s nuclear program and their active attempts to procure an ICBM capable Read More…
Why does NATO’s deterrent posture need updating?
NATO’s deterrence strategy depends greatly on American nuclear weapons. Find out why America needs to lead NATO in updating NATO’s deterrence posture with Touraj Riazi.
How can the Estonian Defence League Ensure Estonia’s Security?
Léo-Paul Jacob discusses the various aspects of Estonia’s military defence, and how the country’s defence league reinforces its security.
Nuclear NATO: Non-Proliferation or Extended Deterrence?
As the proliferation of WMD continues to pose a threat to its allies and partners, NATO’s role in countering this issue is a subject that is often overlooked in discussions surrounding its relevance as a global military alliance. Khalid Mahdi discusses.