In this article, Jordan McEwen discusses the European Union’s improved cooperation and how this may have been triggered by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Contrary to those who maintain that Europe’s unity over Ukraine is fading, she argues that member states shared concern for their security may be allowing for better cooperation than ever before.
Tag: Russia aggression
Swords into Bullhorns: Modern Russian Information Warfare Practices and their Impact on the Ongoing War in Ukraine
In this article Griffin Cornwall analyzes the establishment of Russia’s information warfare policies and how they have impacted planning and messaging surrounding the ongoing war in Ukraine.
NAOC Essay Competition Winning Entry: A United NATO in the Face of Russian Aggression
Adam Johnson, the first runner in the Grade 11 & 12 category of NAOC’s 2016 high school essay competition, examines Russian aggression in Europe
The Dichotomy : Perception of Russia
Is our understanding of #Russia a part of a larger plan? @Sha Lalapet explores Russia’s history and economics, in an effort to shed light into the workings behind Russia
Russia, ISIS and the West: Spoiling Tactics
The current streak of terrorist attacks in Europe has triggered a dissent within the EU. Pierre-Olivier Bussieres analyzes how Europe’s political divide will benefit Russia.
Back to the Caucasus: A Resurging Crossroads for NATO
Looking beyond the Nabarno-Karabagh conflict, Pierre-Olivier Bussieres examines the latest developments in the Caucasus region and how they may affect South-Eastern European Security.
Mobilizing for war: Will Canada Become a Viable Partner Within the NATO Alliance or a Free-rider Against Russian Aggression?
Canada must decide whether it will become a viable partner within the NATO alliance or a free-rider. Jayson Derow discusses the importance of fulfilling the 2% metric of defence spending to combat Russian aggression.