- Daily Brief
- April 19, 2019
Russia is looking to build a more friendly security status quo after the NATO Summit.
Russia’s return to Afghanistan will put it at odds with NATO in yet another theatre.
NATO should beware Russian cyber-attacks on the digitally dependent Baltics.
NATO’s unpreparedness for cyberwar with Russia leaves its Eastern European members exposed.
NATO and Russia are spiralling into a trap of tit-for-tat escalation.
President Lukashenko’s flirtation with Europe is hurting Belarus’ relationship with Russia
Can the budding Russia-Iran relationship survive diverging regional interests?
How will Ukraine’s president respond to a Kremlin-friendly administration?
Russia will increasingly dominate the geopolitical scene of the Former Soviet Union in 2017.
Two times as many parties will contest Sunday’s vote than in 2011, but don’t expect any surprises
Uzbekistan’s long-time dictator has just died, what next?
Strengthening trade links with China are reorienting the region away from Moscow