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Section: International Relations and Security Network (Switzerland)

      Ukraine’s Other War
      Sep29

      Ukraine’s Other War

      This paper examines the efforts the Ukrainian government has made to reform the country’s economy, security and energy sectors and to tackle corruption. It also looks at how these measures are threatened by Ukraine’s domestic politics and points out that without the political determination to carry out reforms, the country’s...

      Human Rights Abuses in Russian-Occupied Crimea
      Sep23

      Human Rights Abuses in Russian-Occupied Crimea

      This report documents the state of human rights observance in Crimea since the peninsula was annexed by Russia in March 2014. More specifically, the author examines the extent of discriminatory and repressive policies that have been adopted against the ethnic religious and national groups that opposed the annexation, including the indigenous...

      So, It’s Not the Islamic State After All? The Threat of International Terrorism in Poland
      Sep16

      So, It’s Not the Islamic State After All? The Threat of International Terrorism in Poland

      This paper examines the threat posed by Islamist terrorism to Poland, including that of the Islamic State, as well as the challenges of dealing with foreign fighters traveling through and from the country to the conflict in eastern Ukraine. The author first contends that the threat to Poland from Islamic fundamentalists is low. He then discusses...

      US Military Presence in Central and Eastern Europe
      Sep15

      US Military Presence in Central and Eastern Europe

      This report examines US military activities in Europe, and particularly Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), that have taken place since Russia’s intervention in Ukraine in 2014 and the subsequent breakdown of relations between Moscow and the West. More specifically, the author examines 1) US deployments to the CEE following Moscow’s...

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