Editorial
April 14, 2014

As Russian troops assemble near the Ukrainian border, can the crisis be solved by diplomacy?

Andrew Foxall
Originally published in City A.M. “A diplomatic solution to the crisis is increasingly unlikely for three reasons. First, the parameters would need to be agreed in advance of discussions. Yet the divide between Russia, on one hand, and Ukraine and the ...
April 3, 2014

Event Summary: “The Military Dimension of Russia’s Policy toward Ukraine: Should the West Be Worried?”

Ola Cichow
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Andrew Foxall
This is a summary of an event with Dr. Mark Galeotti, Clinical Professor of Global Affairs at New York University’s SCPS Centre for Global Affairs, on 26th March; it reflects the views of the speaker, not those of the Henry ...
March 25, 2014
Terrorism & Security

Russia’s Most Wanted Terrorist Reported Killed

Andrew Foxall
First published in World Affairs Obscured by Vladimir Putin’s announcement on Tuesday that Russia would absorb Crimea, another declaration took place in Russia; one that may have just as much significance for global security. On the same day, Russian Islamist websites declared the “martyrdom” of ...
March 18, 2014

La débâcle ukrainienne et son impact

Olivier Guitta
First published in Le Huffington Post.  Co-written with Andras Simonyi Alors que l’Europe et les Etats-Unis se concentrent sur les moyens d’apaiser la crise en Ukraine, les implications sur le long-terme de cette débâcle devront être examinées à travers le prisme transatlantique. Nous devrons ...
March 17, 2014

Henry Jackson Society experts argue Crimea is but the first step in a bigger plan with Eastern Ukraine next

Henry Jackson Society
Crimea Referendum Asserts Putin’s Desire to Reshape the Global Order, Humiliating the West  LONDON – 17th March 2014 – Yesterday Crimea voted overwhelming to leave Ukraine and today announced its desire to join the Russian Federation. The referendum, universally denounced as ...

As Russian troops assemble near the Ukrainian border, can the crisis be solved by diplomacy?

Originally published in City A.M. “A diplomatic solution to the crisis is increasingly unlikely for three reasons. First, the parameters ...

Russia’s Most Wanted Terrorist Reported Killed

First published in World Affairs Obscured by Vladimir Putin’s announcement on Tuesday that Russia would absorb Crimea, another declaration ...

La débâcle ukrainienne et son impact

First published in Le Huffington Post.  Co-written with Andras Simonyi Alors que l’Europe et les Etats-Unis se concentrent sur les ...

Ukraine crisis: Why turmoil in Kiev may start a nuclear chain reaction

First published in the International Business Times. Co-written with Andras Simonyi While Europe and America focus on how to deescalate the ...

Why the west was right to support protestors in Ukraine

First published in The Huffington Post On Tuesday, Russian President Vladimir Putin accused the West of following its own “geopolitical and ...

As the EU decides to slap symbolic sanctions on Russia, will this move achieve anything?

Published in City A.M. Vladimir Putin’s power is based on Russia’s financial stability. Russia’s economy is faltering, and it is exposed to ...

As the political and economic chaos goes on, who will win the tug of war over Ukraine?

Published in City A.M. Ukraine’s pro-Russian ex-President Viktor Yanukovych may no longer be in power, but the Kremlin maintains significant ...

As Ukrainian politicians warn of separatism, could Russia intervene militarily in the crisis?

Published in CITY A.M. Unlikely though it may seem, there is a strong possibility that Russia will intervene militarily in Ukraine. For a host ...

Russia’s options for intervention in Ukraine

First published in TIME Ideas Yesterday, the Kremlin ordered its military to undertake major exercises as unrest in Ukraine’s Crimean ...

Ukraine crisis: West is fiddling as Kiev burns

First published in The International Business Times Those who argue that Western silence on the deteriorating situation in Ukraine has only ...