Joseph Dobbs argues that policy-makers in Russia-West relations must be more aware of the negative impact stereotyping has on decision making. This paper examines three stereotypes in detail: Vladimir Putin the master tactician, the expansionist opponent and mutual weakness.
13 results found
Page 1 of 3
This ELN report argues that NATO's target of spending 2% of GDP on defence is an arbitrary benchmark which should cease to be the only measure of contributions to collective defence and security. A central criticism of the 2% is that it does not consider - nor promote - action on important...
Experts from both sides of the divide offer their assessments of the damage done to EU-Russia relations by three years of crisis.
Joseph Dobbs, a Research Fellow at the ELN, argues that France is the most important bilateral relationship for the UK in a post-Brexit Europe and makes seven recommendations on how London and Paris can cooperate to protect European security.
Dr Ian Kearns and Joseph Dobbs use a Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats analysis to underpin a strategic case for EU-Russia cooperation.
ELN Research Fellow Joseph Dobbs argues that while a Brexit serves President Putin’s geopolitical interests, Russians are still, like the rest of the world, best served by a UK vote to Remain in the EU.