22 December 2016
Defining Ukraine’s National Resilience in Light of Non-linear Threats: Where to Start?
What makes eastern Ukraine more resilient than expected and/or calculated by the aggressor, which has succeeded in annexing the Crimea and occupying a...
22 September 2016
Moscow Tests Network-Centric Military Capability in Kavkaz 2016
Every year, the Russian Armed Forces stage a large-scale training exercise to serve as the pinnacle of the combat training season.
15 September 2016
An Ever Closer Defence Union?
Proposals for greater defence cooperation in the EU have proliferated in the wake of the Brexit referendum result.
12 September 2016
Estonia's Information Society Development from a Privacy and Data Protection Perspective
Today Estonia has the most technologically advanced government system the world has seen. Even though the small Baltic state yields a population of...
2 September 2016
Security and Brexit in Denmark, Norway and Sweden
EU-scepticism, immigration and NATO-membership. After the British vote to leave the European Union, all European countries are debating the possible...
30 August 2016
Is Belarus the Next in Line?
Many observers agree that President Putin does not appear to have a clearly defined foreign policy strategy or even tactics, although his aims to...
16 August 2016
The 2016 NATO Warsaw Summit: Will It Improve NATO's Deterrence Posture?
In 2014 President Obama told an Estonian audience: ‘Article 5 is crystal clear: An attack on one is an attack on all. So if, in such a moment, you...
29 July 2016
South China Sea Judgment: A Grim Test for the Chinese Communist Party
While several troublesome events have shocked Europe in the past weeks, much of the recent geopolitical attention in Asia has fallen to the disputed...