11 October 2017
Sitting on the Fence: The "Hybrid" Moment
The “Hybrid” discourse has gained traction in recent years.
4 October 2017
Reimagining the European Union – High-Level Conference in Tallinn on 9-10 October
Estonia has thus far made a good use of its six-month presidency of the Council of the EU by pushing ahead flagship projects such as the digital...
2 October 2017
The Strategic Ramifications of the Aurora 17 Exercise in Sweden
Aurora 17, by far the biggest military exercise in Sweden since the early 1990s, has recently ended.
29 September 2017
Possible Outcome of the Kurdistan Referendum
Euphoric festivities continue in Erbil, the capital of the Kurdistan region in Iraq, and flags depicting a yellow sun are flying high.
27 September 2017
Is North Korea About to Launch Another Hot and Cold War?
In June 1950, North Koreans led by Kim Jong-un’s grandfather, the “immortal leader” Kim Il-sung, invaded South Korea with backing from the Soviet...
26 September 2017
Picture Rex Tillerson and Ri Yong-Ho Walking alongside Lake Geneva?
Most recent commentary on Kim Jong-un’s reasoning to continue with his nuclear programme rarely fails to invoke (the rogue state’s lessons learned...
21 September 2017
The Campaign May Seem Sedate — but the Results of Germany’s Election Will Have a Big Impact on Europe
It’s been dubbed the dullest election ever
13 September 2017
UK Proposes an Unprecedented Relationship with the EU in Defence
This week, the UK released a future partnership paper on foreign policy, defence and development, one of a series of papers intended to explore key...