Introduction Turkey is a significant regional player whose posturing cannot be overlooked in the context of the Syrian civil war. Turkey and Syria both share a border, having had a… read more →
Russia – in the long run – is in decline and should rethink its policies towards the Former Soviet Union.
BY DANIEL ROSSELL-EVANS Shanghai Cooperation Organization Introduction The end of this year’s G7 Summit in Canada provoked images of an alliance divided, with key partners airing their grievances in public.… read more →
BY STEVEN M. LUBER Introduction “It is a profound honor to stand in this city, by this monument to the Warsaw Uprising, and to address the Polish nation that so… read more →
BY ALEXANDER GALITSKY This is the first in a two-part series examining European perceptions of two resurgent Eurasian states – Russia and Turkey – in the context of their efforts… read more →
BY STEVEN LUBER The political divisions within the Euro-Atlantic space are no longer only apparent to careful observers. What was once only of interest to policy experts and security specialists… read more →