Nemtsov Assassination Is Rooted in Putin’s Authoritarianism

Nemtsov Assassination Is Rooted in Putin’s Authoritarianism

John Herbst on Moscow Murder

The assassination of Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov underscores the link between President Putin's authoritarian rule and his war in Ukraine, writes John Herbst.


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Karatnycky: Ukraine Needs Arms, Strong Financial Support

Karatnycky: Ukraine Needs Arms, Strong Financial Support

Ensuring Durable Peace in Ukraine

A combination of weapons, financial support for Ukraine, and sanctions on Russia will help push Moscow to a durable peace with Ukraine, writes Adrian Karatnycky.


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Private Armies and What They Mean for World Order

Private Armies and What They Mean for World Order

The Modern Mercenary

The Atlantic Council hosts a discussion on March 3 on the changing security landscape, its historical origins, and what it means for modern war.


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Who Will Collapse First?

Who Will Collapse First?

Who Will Collapse First?

The conflict is destroying the economy in both Russia and Ukraine.


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Foreign Fighters Seen as Top Concern

Foreign Fighters Seen as Top Concern

A 'Generational Challenge'

Foreign fighters are a “preeminent" concern, says retired Gen John Allen, the US Special Presidential Envoy for the Global Coalition to Counter ISIL.


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