The reactions reflect how the world sees Russia’s actions, a perception that is relevant to both international law and policy surrounding Ukraine moving forward.
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Russian attempts to gain access to Svalbard’s continental shelf are an example of President Putin’s domination game in the Arctic.
As the Security Council deliberates possible action on Ukraine, the question of abstention nonetheless looms large: Does the U.N. Charter require Russia to abstain on a resolution concerning Ukraine and, if so, could the United States effectively pressure it to do so?
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 intervention in Syria cemented its presence in the Middle East at relatively low cost.
Contextualizing Last Week’s Malicious Cyber Activities Against Ukrainian Government Websites and Systems
The events reflect the complexity of how cyber operations can function diversely across and even within specific conflicts.
Russia's troop movements demonstrate the limits of its model of limited war.
The European Union has stopped issuing cyber sanctions, but it's not for lack of new attacks.
Governments need to set norms and establish best practices early as countries begin to launch their own, official digital currencies.
How can the practitioner actually counter online foreign covert influence operations?