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#Germany lacks a vision and #strategy for the #Baltic Sea region and #Europe vis-a-vis the East. Yet, geographically, it is part of this region, and it is time for Berlin to also take more responsibility for its #security, writes Piret Kuusik of Eesti Välispoliitika Instituut in our blog
“The fantasy military cartoons are part of Russia’s ongoing reality show, just as #Putin’s imaginary leap of #Russia, in just a few years, towards prosperity, a modern and diverse economy, and a vibrant and healthy society.” Kalev Stoicescu in our blog
“A superficial understanding of the core #strategy of #disinformation leads to naivety about its real effects on targeted societies and vulnerable groups. We are too slow in creating our own healthy and functioning ecosystems which could naturally generate responses.” Dmitri Teperik on building #resilience instead of hype in countering disinformation
“There is not only lack of political and institutional will to address money laundering – issues with strong leadership has been an obvious problem.” Karlis Bukovskis from the Latvian Institute of International Affairs (LIIA) writes about a recent #bank scandal in #Latvia http://bit.ly/LVAbnk
“Private #military companies have become an inseparable military attribute of the #Kremlin’s policy”. Volodymyr Kopchak, Deputy Director of the CACDS (Kyiv), on the role and involvement of #PMC in Russia’s #hybrid aggression in #Ukraine & in #Syria conflict http://bit.ly/PMCruUA
“Six democratic countries have attributed #NotPetya #cyberattacks to #Russia. Public attribution is a strong signal that the West is not going to tolerate increasing recklessness forever.” ICDS research fellow Piret Pernik considers political wisdom, legality and strategic effectiveness of various responses to #Kremlin’s actions in #cyberspace
http://bit.ly/notPcyb #cybersecurity #cyberstability #deterrence
“#Syria #crisis has entered a new phase which may be long, difficult and bloody.” From the #US action against #Russia’s mercenaries to #Turkey’s campaign against #YPG and to the downing of #Iran’s drone by #Israel—Kalev Stoicescu analyses latest developments and their implications in our blog
“Neither Minsk agreements nor #peacekeeping forces can bring #peace to #Ukraine, since they do not reflect the essence of the #conflict and are merely the aggressor’s tools“—concludes Alexander Khara from the Майдан Закордонних Справ Foundation on the 3rd anniversary of #MinskTwo
“The talks about the #UN peacekeepers should only be considered an attempt by the parties in the discussion to settle into the political deadlock as comfortably as possible”—Oleh Pokalchuk from the Інститут суспільно-економічних досліджень - ІСЕД Institute for Social and Economic Research, ISER (Kyiv), concludes in our blog on the mooted #peacekeeping mission in the #Donbas region of #Ukraine http://bit.ly/UNpkUkr
“The opposition simply does not believe in itself; it believes that political change in #Russia is possible only in the event that #Putin dies or becomes gravely ill.” Maksim Kulaev—on the state of opposition, the upcoming presidential elections and prospects of political change in Russia in 2018 and beyond
"#Espionage is a lonely and dangerous profession. Capture may mean a long prison sentence or even, in some countries, the death penalty. The possibility of being exchanged for another spy is an option that makes the continuous stress more tolerable"—writes Dr Ivo Juurvee, Head of our Security Programme, on the recent spy swaps between #Estonia & #Russia
“Against the backdrop of a gloomy international environment, the conference devoted much attention to the need for Europeans to do more for their own security”—some highlights from #MSC2018 by Eesti Välispoliitika Instituut Director Kristi Raik in our blog