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Dr Eyal is the Associate Director, Strategic Research Partnerships, and International Director, at the Royal United Services Institute... read more
Western governments cannot afford to ignore the events in Belarus. But they must tread carefully in their reactions.
The recent Polish presidential elections were fuelled with anti-LGBTI+ bigotry. The battle resembled the broader current European fight between liberalism and illiberalism.
The current health crisis has exacerbated the rivalry between great powers. But it has also given Europe a few more opportunities to engage with Russia.
With new amendments to Russia’s Law on Citizenship, the Kremlin is establishing a legal pretext to threaten or actually to use force based on a claim to protect Russian citizens resident in neighbouring states.
Claudia Wallner and Jessica White
Extremist groups across the ideological spectrum are capitalising on the uncertainty created by the pandemic.
Rebecca Lucas and Sneha Dawda
Increased public attention on the digital infrastructure underpinning healthcare systems during this pandemic is an excellent reason to boost its security.
Andrew Glazzard and Alastair Reed
Strategic communications is a valuable addition to counterterrorism policy.
European states are dealing with foreign fighters in diverse judicial and legislative environments, and while they would benefit from collaboration, a lack of political will could prevent this.
Experience of the Helmand campaign provides lessons beyond counterinsurgency.
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