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Event | Jun 16, 2022
Join the Atlantic Council for a discussion on improving prevention and accountability mechanisms in light of Russia’s targeted attacks on hospitals in Syria and Ukraine.
Analysis | Jun 08, 2022
Contemporary Russia, a nation-state, calls itself a federation, like Germany or Switzerland, when in fact it is behaving like an empire in its hour of decline.
Event | Jun 08, 2022
Join the Brookings Institution for the 17th annual Raymond Aron Lecture featuring Thomas Gomart, director of the French Institute of International Relations in Paris, and Brookings Senior Fellow Fiona Hill.
Event | Jun 10, 2022
Join the Brookings Institution for a panel discussion with its Initiative on Nonstate Armed Actors exploring the threat posed by white supremacist violence.
Analysis | Jun 03, 2022
Karaganov says Russia has an absolute need of a victory in Ukraine to avoid the risk of the Russian Federation's disintegration.
Post | Jun 02, 2022
This week, the powerful secretary of Russia’s National Security Council, Nikolai Patrushev, said that Poland is poised to seize Ukrainian land—part of the West’s pursuit of its “selfish interests” in the region. The comments fit into Patrushev’s steady portrayal of an “aggressive” U.S.-led West bent on destroying Russia and build on his recent claims about other nefarious Western plots. Patrushev’s accusations against Warsaw came after Polish President Andrzej Duda’s visit to Kyiv, where he said that “the Polish-Ukrainian border should unite, not divide,” and flagged three new bilateral initiatives.
Analysis | Jun 02, 2022
Force structure reveals a great deal about a military and its assumptions of what wars it plans to fight and how it plans to fight them.
Analysis | May 30, 2022
It is now widely understood that many observers, in advance of this war, over-estimated Russian military performance and underestimated Ukrainian military performance.