Chiefs of Defence of the three Baltic States discussed relevant issues of security and defence cooperation of the Baltic regionat a meeting in Palanga
- EU member states that want deeper security and defense integration should be given such opportunity - Pildegovics
Latvia considering to purchase ”Stinger” anti-air defense systems from the United States
The Alliance should start planning for a scenario where Russia is able to deny access to key spots on the Eastern Flank – An interview with Julianne Smith, Centre for a New American Security (CNAS)
The idea put forward by European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker in March for the creation of a pan-European army, has not gained much support.
General Knud Bartels, Chairman of the NATO Military Committee talks about NATOs new defence measures and Ukraine
The demonstration of Russian military machinery near Latvian borders the past ten years has seen a substantial upsurge recently.
A year ago Ukraine’s Crimea was annexed by Russia.Everything has changed and nothing is etched in stoneanymore.
As Russia is challenging the European security order by using a variety of low-intensity conventional and unconventional means, Matthew Kroenig answers a variety of questions concerning hybrid warfare.
The time has come for NATO to place more emphasis on defending its members and on protecting values and prosperity within the transatlantic area.
Several hundred NATO soldiers visited the Latvian War Museum and the Museum of the Occupation of Latvia