... states for "longer-term regional geopolitical results."
There seem to be several reasons why both theoreticians and practitioners in the Russian military-political establishment may find this analysis helpful, among them:
— The July 8-9 NATO summit in Warsaw that should make a decision on the deployment of rotational multinational battalions in Poland and the Baltic
— The resumption of the Russia-NATO Council sessions.
— Continued mutual accusations about planned and surprise exercises by both sides.
The End of the Long Peace
CEPA report «Frontline Allies: War and Change
in Central Europe»
Rhythmical changes between war and peace have been quite normal for the greater part of ...
... of the
International Luxembourg Forum
on Preventing Nuclear Catastrophe and the
Nuclear Threat Initiative
“Preventing the Crisis of Nuclear Arms Control and Catastrophic Terrorism”, which took place on the 1st of December, 2015 former Senator Sam Nunn, Co-Chairman of the Nuclear Threat Initiative made a speech where he put forward some pressing international issues. Highlighting the crucial role of a sound and open dialogue between Russia and the US, Senator Nunn urged international ...
... calling for the United States to ramp up its military presence in these countries.
The Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM) released one such
in August 2015: “U.S. Military Presence in Central and Eastern Europe: Consequences for NATO Strategic Adaptation, Deterrence and Allied Solidarity”.
The author of the paper, Artur Kacprzyk, calls for increasing the number of U.S. troops in Central and Eastern Europe, taking into account the fact that the United States has been a more ...