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.
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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.
Dr. Stephen Blank, senior fellow at the American Foreign Policy Council, argues that the prerequisite for pursuing any new arms control talks with Russia needs to be a fundamental change in Moscow’s foreign and security policy.
Dr Pasha Sharikov, Head of the Center for Applied Research in the Institute for USA and Canadian Studies at Moscow State University, discusses the Russian approach to cyber policies and how it differs from the American and European ones.
ELN senior associate fellows offer their predictions and views on the regions and developments to keep a close eye on in 2018.
Dr William Hill, Former Head of the OSCE Mission to Moldova, examines the role of unrecognised state authorities in international relations and conflict resolution, arguing that their agency is a crucial factor for consideration when writing policy on Europe’s frozen conflicts.