Growing tensions between Turkey and its allies, particularly the United States, is a growing source of concern. Is Turkey, once considered a staunch supporter of the Trans-Atlantic security community, drifting apart? ELN member and former Turkish Ambassador to the United Kingdom Ünal Çeviköz shares his views.
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Thomas Frear highlights the poorly understood escalatory potential of modern cyber operations; arguing that the continued integration of the cyber domain with the conventional and nuclear domains has substantially increased the possibility of miscalculation and unintended escalation.
This ELN report investigates how a Russia-NATO conflict could break out, unfold and be terminated. Based on this analysis, the report makes a set of recommendations to increase military stability and reduce the threat of inadvertent escalation.
Maarja Naagel, Researcher at the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence, argues that we should reject the mystifying rhetoric of “legal vacuum” in cyberspace and instead stay firm in our commitment to the rules-based international order.
In the context of the Baltic centenary, the ELN and the three Baltic Embassies in London are organising a discussion on “The Next 100 Years: UK-Baltic Cooperation in Euro-Atlantic Security."
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.