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“Hybrid Threats”: What Can We Learn From Russia?

NATO allies have been debating the nature of “hybrid threats” and “hybrid warfare” for over four years, since in 2014-15 the term became suddenly…



Iran’s Destructive Regional Policy: An Underrated Problem

Main features of Iran’s Regional Policy

To put Iran’s regional activities into perspective, their ideological and political foundations are outlined…

Russia‘s Hybrid Warfare: a Success in Propaganda

The current Russian practice of information warfare combines a number of tried and tested tools of influence with a new embrace of modern technology and…


European Values Think Tank

The Prague Manual: How to counter the Kremlin’s influence in Europe

More than four years after the annexation of Crimea, one year after “post-truth” has been voted Word of the Year by Oxford Dictionaries, in…


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The Russian Challenge: its nature and the right response to it

Since the spring of 2014, after Russia’s aggression against Ukraine and illegal annexation of Crimea, Russian-Western relations have hit their lowest point…


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Belarus's balancing act continues. Minsk fends off the "Ukraine Option" again

Of all Russia’s non-NATO neighbours, Belarus appears currently the state most at risk of being subjected to the same treatment by Russia as Ukraine. Just…

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