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Ukrainian President Poroschenko gives a press conferences with NATO Secretary General Rasmussen

NATO, Russia and Ukraine: Roulette or Reset?

23 Sep 2014 Security Watch

Given their tensions over Ukraine, can NATO and Russia avoid a new ‘Cold War’? Samir Tata believes that Germany might be able to broker a suitable détente’, especially by promoting a two-sided embargo on military aid, calling for parliamentary elections, and ruling out any future NATO relationship with Ukraine, Georgia or Belarus. More on «NATO, Russia and Ukraine: Roulette or Reset?»


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Myanmar's ASEAN Chairmanship: An Early Assessment

23 Sep 2014 Security Watch

Given the existing problems in the South China Sea and the planned unveiling of the ASEAN Community in 2015, Myanmar’s first term as chairman of ASEAN has been a stressful one. Yet, as Yun Sun observes, the internal and external assessments of Naypyidaw’s leadership have been largely positive. More on «Myanmar's ASEAN Chairmanship: An Early Assessment »


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The Indian Jihadist Movement: Evolution and Dynamics

22 Sep 2014 Security Watch

Do Indian mujahideen represent a destabilizing threat to Western and local interests in South Asia? Maybe, says Stephen Tankel, but let’s not downplay New Delhi’s ability to keep the dangers posed by indigenous jihadists in check. More on «The Indian Jihadist Movement: Evolution and Dynamics»