How international law would shape the response to a potential armed attack on a NATO member state.
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Finland’s NATO bid has raised concerns about Russia’s reaction. But the Finnish comprehensive security concept, with its emphasis on foresight, has effectively neutralized the eastern neighbor’s threats.
Recent reporting indicates that Russia is purportedly employing civilian merchant vessels to serve as naval auxiliaries and supply logistics to its military operations in Ukraine.
Physical violence against personnel in lawless environments as an element of cyberattack is another dimension of cyber conflict, and its importance has been neglected for way too long.
The Russian military's poor performance and apparent war crimes demonstrates the hollowness of its hyper-masculine propaganda.
Europe is anticipating a world in which Russia is weaker but no less dangerous.
While Vladimir Putin and his generals continue their brutal war against Ukraine, the Russian State Duma has been furthering Putin’s campaign to crush Russian civil society.
The United Nations Security Council held an emergency session at 10 a.m. on Jan. 31 to discuss threats to international peace and security caused by the buildup of Russian military personnel along the Ukrainian border.
Russia's troop movements demonstrate the limits of its model of limited war.
As Russia escalates its efforts to destabilize Ukraine, it has increased tensions and put the region on heightened alert by illegally closing portions of the Black Sea to all foreign warships and other state vessels.