The A2/AD discussion is very useful because it highlights that, yes, overall NATO is superior, but that its forces are in the wrong place and at often too low a readiness.
The West has failed to resolve the underlying source of tension in the Balkans; the mismatch of ethnic and political boundaries.
Germany doesn’t need a new cold war, it needs Russia to help resolve the conflict in the Middle East and end the flow of migrants heading for Europe.
High costs will force Russia to pay Ukraine to take Crimea back ten years from now.
The informal EU summit in Bratislava is expected to tackle security-related matters, building on the Franco-German initiative.
The UK’s departure – Brexit – cannot be reversed and constitutes the first major backwards step in the process of European integration.
What is A2/AD or Anti Access Area Denial?
Molenbeek is the part of Brussels which has been in the news frequently since the tragic attacks in Paris on 13 November 2015.
Despite the difficulties, there are countries that see EU accession as the goal of their efforts. Georgia is one of these countries.
Russian military analyst Pavel Felgenhauer says that the opinion differences between the West and Russia are insurmountable.
An important moment in the development of the future conflict in Yugoslavia was the ascent of Slobodan Milosevic, leader of the communist party since 1986 and of Serbia since 1989.
The term “Yugoslavia” means “the land of the Southern Slavs”, and the ideal of unification spread rapidly in the region.
The success of the Warsaw Summit is ultimately going to be determined by the implementation of NATO’s decisions in three core areas.