• Events

    An Update on the Ukraine Crisis: The New Minsk Agreements and Beyond

    03 March 2015. 

    Discussion Meeting
    Dr Samuel Charap, Senior Fellow for Russia and Eurasia at the International Institute for Strategic Studies
    Arundel House, London
    Tuesday 3 March 2015, 6:30-8pm

  • Military Balance Blog

    Ben Barry: Analysing the conflict in eastern Ukraine

    25 February 2015.  By Ben Barry, Senior Fellow for Land Warfare As the crisis in Ukraine has unfolded it has become increasingly apparent that there is a military disparity between the Ukrainian forces and the Russian forces assisting the pro-Russia separatists. According to Ben Barry, this incongruence is due to a combination of factors including corruption, modernisation, and defence expenditure. Ukraine’s defence expenditure, compared to Russia’s, has been at a consistently low level. This...

  • Events

    International Responses to Hybrid Conflict in Fragile States

    24 February 2015. 

    Discussion Meeting
    Dr Jamie Shea
    Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Emerging Security Challenges, NATO
    Arundel House, London
    Tuesday 24 February 2015, 12:30-1:30pm

  • Military Balance Blog

    Alexander Nicoll: NATO - posture and developments in 2014

    17 February 2015.  By Alexander Nicoll, Senior Fellow for Geo-economics and Defence The Military Balance has its origins in the Cold War standoff between NATO and the former Soviet Union, and as the 2015 edition discusses, the past year has seen NATO in some senses return to its origins. A new Cold War is not the aim, as Alex Nicoll explains, but the events of 2014 engendered a reappraisal of both NATO’s own role...

  • The Military Balance

    Chapter 1, Part III: Hybrid warfare: challenge and response

    12 February 2015.  A challenge to NATO
    Broader responses
    Military aspects

  • IISS Voices

    Hanna Ucko Neill and Jens Wardenaer: Global conflict fatalities increase by more than 35% in 2014

    12 February 2015.  The number of conflict-related deaths worldwide grew to some 176,000 in 2014, a substantial increase from 113,000 in 2013. The higher death toll resulted almost exclusively from an intensification of violence in existing conflicts.

  • News

    Global conflict fatalities increase by more than 35% in 2014

    12 February 2015.  The number of conflict-related deaths worldwide grew to some 176,000 in 2014, a substantial increase from 113,000 in 2013. The higher death toll resulted almost exclusively from an intensification of violence in existing conflicts.

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