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Advancing Strategic Stability in the Euro-Atlantic Region, 2021 and Beyond

... Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University (2013–2018), United States Stefano Stefanini Former Italian Permanent Representative to NATO; European Leadership Network Executive Board; Atlantic Council Nonresident Senior Fellow; and Project Associates Brussels ... ... Presidents, Prime Ministers, Parliamentarians, and Publics,” for a more in-depth discussion of missile defenses (pages 15–17), cybersecurity (pages 24–25), and space (pages 26–27), along with nuclear weapons, prompt-strike forces, and conventional forces....


Cybersecurity and NATO’s Nuclear Capability

... Beyza Unal, a Senior Research Fellow of Chatham House’s International Security Programme, has, over the last few years, co-authored such reports as “Cybersecurity of Nuclear Weapons Systems: Threats, Vulnerabilities and Consequences ” (2018), “Cybersecurity of NATO’s Space-based Strategic Assets” (2019), “Perspectives on Nuclear Deterrence in the 21st Century” (2020). It appears that an overall assessment of this report should be based on its co-authors’ effectiveness in achieving their declared objective....


The United States, Russia, and Europe in 2018

... Poland (or Sweden). Perhaps Russia also can be reassured through a more concrete discussion of which weapons may be deployed in NATO’s easternmost member states. However, given the evolving political situation in Europe and beyond, any moves along these ... ... participants argued that the existing strategic stability talks between the United States and Russia should be broadened to include cybersecurity, “soft” security, and conventional security, as well as nuclear security. This approach could reinvigorate the ...


Leaders Have to Listen to Different Voices

... and, unfortunately, he has been contributing to some of it. However, Trump also realizes that President Putin does not like NATO at all and perceives it as a threat to what he wants to achieve. At the same time, Trump hears all these complaints and sees ... ... happy if they could be identified. However, there is also a good potential: you can get solutions, identify things faster. In cybersecurity field, one of my companies has built a capability of machine learning of behaviors inside computer networks. It ...


What Сan Britain Do in Response to Russian Nerve Attack?

... responsible" for a “brazen attempt to murder innocent civilians on our soil,” Theresa May told the Commons on Monday after a nerve agent was used on Sergei Skripal and his daughter in Salisbury. With the Prime Minister calling on Britain’s NATO allies to back “extensive measures” to punish Russia for the attack, we asked Andrey Kortunov, Director General at the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) what Britain's options really are, and how Russia might respond. Andrey Kortunov: ...


Open Letter to President Donald Trump and President Vladimir Putin

... clear again that leaders recognize their responsibility to work together to prevent nuclear catastrophe, and would be positively received by global leaders and publics. A second step could be to increase military-to-military communication through a new NATO–Russia Military Crisis Management Group . Restarting bilateral military-to-military dialogue between the United States and Russia, essential throughout the Cold War, should be an immediate and urgent priority. The focus of these initiatives should ...


Russia and the West: How to Deal with the Threat of Extremism

... technological, informational and social realities. The situation is complicated by the lack of practical collaboration between NATO and the CSTO. Sixth, there are new institutional forms of extremist activity. It is built on a network principle. In particular,... ... Ivanov, Sam Nunn, Desmond Browne, Wolfgang Ischinger: RIAC & EWI Policy Brief "Suggestions on Russia-U.S. Cooperation in Cybersecurity" Second, mechanisms need to be worked out and activated to control the digital space in fighting extremism....


Missile defense cooperation between Moscow and Washington is highly unlikely at the current state of bilateral relations

... including Poland, Romania, Spain and Turkey, agreed to deploy elements of the system on their territories. The United States and NATO continue to claim that the ballistic missile defense system is aimed primarily at countering threats from Iran and North ... ... 2001 then-US President George Bush decided to withdraw from the agreement. Russia Proposes Consultations With Washington on Cybersecurity Moscow has proposed to hold joint expert consultations with Washington on cybersecurity issues, Ryabkov added. "We ...


NATO’s Cyber Defense Evolution

... models of systems under attack, but it costs significantly less than developing nuclear weapons [ 1 ]. In the computer age, virtually any country can become a superpower in cyberspace. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann Dmitry Konukhov: Vaccinated Atom: Cybersecurity for Nuclear Plants NATO’s current policies in cyberspace are based on defence and deterrence. The Alliance’s experts study various options of such deterrence. Yet when considered in detail, it turns out any analogies with “traditional” deterrence ...


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