Project: Issues in the New Security Environment in the Euro-Atlantic
- The Nordic Сountries: More Militarism and Confrontation Where Creativity, Security and Peace Were Eminently Possible
- Strong Move or Invitation to Negotiate? European Experts on Russia’s Initiative to Review European Security Architecture
- Fifth Track II International Expert Online Discussion on Challenges and Prospects of Russia-NATO Relations
- Recommendations for Reducing Conflict Risks Discussed at Russia-NATO International Expert Dialogue Meeting
- Prospects for Conventional Arms Control Discussed at Russia-NATO International Expert Dialogue Meeting
- ELN Members Meet with Special Envoy of the President of France for the Development of Relations between the European Union and Russia Pierre Vimont
- Statement by the EASLG: Advancing Strategic Stability and Reducing Nuclear Risks in the Euro-Atlantic Region
- Stanley R. Sloan: A New U.S. Administration Will Have Much Work to Do in Rebuilding European Faith in American Leadership
- New Tools to Reduce the Risks of Escalating Crisis Situations in Euro-Atlantic Discussed in Helsinki
- Presentation of RIAC and ELN Report “Towards a More Stable NATO — Russia Relationship” Held in London
- The Euro-Atlantic Security Formula: The Implications of NATO-Russia Relations to the Baltic Sea Region
As international tensions mount, issues of security in the Euro-Atlantic are pushed to the forefront, especially with the demise of the INF Treaty, the effective suspension of the New START, NATO’s expansion and ramped-up military budgets of its member states.
This analytic project implemented by RIAC seeks to explore the shifts in the political and military potential of NATO’s member states to foster an objective assessment of the current situation in the Euro-Atlantic as well as predict a possible escalation or de-escalation of the political and military dimension in relations between Russia and the West.