The Difference Between Ukraine and Taiwan
By Francis P. Sempa
The arguments that U.S. credibility on Taiwan hinges on Ukraine is the latest version of the discredited domino theory.
A Tale of Two Crises: Why US Strategy in Ukraine Has Few Implications for Taiwan
By Scott Singer and Mathias Gjesdal Hammer
The strategic lessons to be learned in a potential Ukraine conflict are limited – and potentially misleading when applied to Taiwan.
Nazarbayev the Mediator Sets Sights on Ukraine Crisis
By Catherine Putz
Crises come and go, but Russia-Kazakhstan remain fast friends.
Russia’s Surging Electronic Warfare Capabilities
By Caitlin Patterson
Russia's new developments in electronic warfare are on display in Ukraine and Syria.
Japan-Ukraine Relations: Untapped Potential
By Olena Mykal
With shared interests and experiences, Japan-Ukraine relations should be booming. Why aren't they?
Can Europe Fill the Gap in China-Russia Relations?
By Liudmila Filippova and Inna Veleva
Can Central and Eastern Europe be the bridge that unites China, Russia, and the EU?
Blame Game Continues on Malaysia’s Deadly Plane Crash
By Luke Hunt
Though an investigation into MH17 confirms some beliefs, the truth remains elusive.
Did Ukraine Just Lose 5 Indian Air Force Planes?
By Franz-Stefan Gady
India is looking to upgrade its military airlift capacity, yet Kiev has proven to be an unreliable partner.
Are We Prepared for 'Hybrid Warfare'?
By Prashanth Parameswaran
From Russia in Ukraine to China in the East China Sea, it is worth assessing how the world may respond.
President Putin of Ukraine?
By Greg Austin
Is it only a question of time before Russia will annex parts of Ukraine?