The Transatlantic Partnership and Relations with Russia
Relations with Russia are an area where America and Europe have similar interests, and where they have traditionally coordinated policies. In this volume, jointly produced by the Institute for Security and Development Policy and the Atlantic Council of the United States, leading American and European experts take a fresh look at relations with Russia from a Transatlantic perspective, exploring areas from security cooperation and missile defense to arms reduction, energy and economics, as well as the ‘common neighborhood’ between Russia and Europe.
The International Politics of the Armenian-Azerbaijani Conflict
This book frames the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh in the context of European and international security. It is the first book to focus on the politics of the conflict rather […]
Russia: an Enabler of Jihad?
Russian officials have had to contain their glee in monitoring recent political events in America and Europe. They appear to think their days in the cold may soon be over. […]
Terrordådet: Vi måste sluta brottas med skuggor
Sverige har öppnat dörren för terrorister genom en felaktig politik mot radikal islamism. Den måste ändras, skriver freds- och konfliktforskaren Svante Cornell. Sedan lördagskvällen står det klart att den 39-åring […]
Terror in Stockholm
Last week’s terror attack in Sweden should raise important questions about how the West defines its enemies. Last Friday, an ISIS supporter rammed a truck into a department store in […]
The Fallacy of ‘Compartmentalisation’: the West and Russia from Ukraine to Syria
In the post-Soviet space as well as the Middle East, Western leaders have largely failed to heed ample evidence that the goals of the Russian leadership are fundamentally opposed to […]
The Revolt of 1916 in Russian Central Asia
Marking the centennial of the 1916 Revolt in Russian Central Asia, the Central Asia Caucasus Institute releases a new edition of Edward Dennis Sokol's pioneering book, originally published in 1954, now with a new foreword by S. Frederick Starr.