Russia

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A real partnership needs to be developed between NATO and Russia where both parties work together to resolve the multitude of modern security problems. The NATO-Russian Council is a good start, but further engagement of Russia in joint programmes and full transparency concerning NATO’s future plans will help to enhance the partnership. On the Russian side, there has to be flexibility, reciprocal transparency and good will toward NATO’s intentions. Ending the impasse over the CFE Treaty should be an urgent priority along with further arms control agreements that take into account not only the changed strategic and political circumstances, but also the accelerating qualitative processes and technological advances in military affairs. This is a summary list of all the content in the site categorised within the Russia policy area.

17th
Sep
2014

Hot talks in Moscow

15th
Sep
2014

NATO begins 'war games' in western Ukraine

11th
Sep
2014

The Cold War Never Ended

Vladimir Putin is not reviving the Cold War. Rather, the US failed to end it when it had the chance.

By John Feffer director of Foreign Policy In Focus

9th
Sep
2014

NATO Poised to Escalate Tensions over Ukraine

Original publication date: 
Mon, 09/08/2014 (All day)
3rd
Sep
2014

Germany’s Merkel needs to ask tough questions at NATO Summit

2nd
Sep
2014

Hybrid Wars and Hollow Words: A Preview of the NATO Wales Summit

For Immediate Release: 2 September 2014

Contact: Dr. Ian Davis | +44 (0)7887 782389

26th
Aug
2014

Denmark to join NATO's missile defence system

14th
Aug
2014

Cold War warnings 1998 - 2014

14th
Aug
2014

NATO nears agreement on reassurance measures for Eastern Europe

In an interview with Reuters on Wednesday, Polish Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski sa