Saturday, October 25
The potential for hybrid warfare in Central and Western Europe

One of Nazi Germany’s pretexts for starting World War II was a Gestapo-orchestrated attack on a radio station in Gleiwitz, which was then part of Germany. After the radio station was seized ...
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Improving Cyber Security: NATO and the EU

The critical infrastructure and essential services on which modern economies depend rely increasingly on information and communication technologies (ICT). Most global, transatlantic and regi..
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Director Bryza in Financial Times: Call Putin's Bluff on Natural Gas

The EU has convinced itself that its dependence on Russian natural gas supplies deprives it of leverage over Russia, thereby limiting its response to Russia's hybrid warfare against Ukraine....
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Strelkov/Girkin Demoted, Transnistrian Siloviki Strengthened in ‘Donetsk People’s Republic’
On August 14–15, the “Donetsk People’s Republic [DPR] government” and its military command underwent another recasting—the second within one week, while Ukrainian forces tighten the ring aro..
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Moscow’s Reinforced Team in Donetsk Picks Local Figurehead Leader
The titular “prime minister of the Donetsk people’s republic,” Aleksandr Boroday, returned from a week-long Moscow visit to usher in another reorganization of “DPR’s” hierarchy. This time, t...
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Transnistria-Type Scenario Looming in Ukraine’s Donbas
Western diplomacy seems about to revert to pressuring Ukraine into a disadvantageous armistice and negotiations with Russia’s protégés in the Donetsk and Luhansk “people’s republics.” This c..
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Putin Re-Interprets Russia’s Participation in the First World War
On August 1, at Moscow’s Poklonnaya Hill military memorial, President Vladimir Putin inaugurated a monument to Russian soldiers who fought in the First World War. On the hundredth anniversar...
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Russian Armed Forces in the Baltic Sea Region
In the past five years, Russian units have grown in quality as well as quantity. ..
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Donetsk ‘Republic’ Leaders’ Morale Plummeting
Intercepts of Moscow-Donetsk telephone conversations, made public by Ukraine’s Security Service (SBU), reveal pessimism and demoralization on the part of at least some of the secessionist “r...
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Russian Hacking Group Infiltrates Major Targets: NATO, EU, Ukraine

16.10.2014

 
Russian Forces Target Three Key Objects in Ukraine’s East

10.10.2014

 
Moscow’s Cold War Against Ukraine Undiminished After the Armistice

09.10.2014

 
Improving Cyber Security: NATO and the EU

09.10.2014

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Conference “Estonian Security 2014: My Contribution”
Russia’s aggression against Ukraine proves there is a need for both communities and individuals to commit to national defence. Estonia is no exception in this reg...
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Director Bryza Deepens ICDS Partnership with GMF-Warsaw: Transatlantic Trends, Ukraine, and Russia
On September 10, ICDS Director Matthew Bryza participated a panel discussion hosted by the German Marshall Fund (GMF) in Warsaw to unveil GMF's 2014 "Transatlanti...
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Jaan Murumets joins ICDS in September
Jaan Murumets has nearly two decades of experience as a Senior Civil Servant in the Ministry of Defense and General Staff combined with that of a professor and re...
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The 'Russian Submarine' in Swedish Waters Isn't the Only Unwelcome Visitor in the Baltic Sea
21.10.2014, Newsweek

Baltics face up to shadows of history
20.10.2014, Financial Time

Latvia and U.S. Play War Games as Tensions with Russia Grow
10.10.2014, Time