Tag Archives: hybrid aggression

How is the “Georgian Dream” destroying Georgia’s dream? 

Georgia, a country that has long been moving toward European integration, has recently witnessed changes in its political course. The Georgian Dream party, which previously promised to lead Georgia to the EU, plays  key role in these changes. Now, the party’s recent promises and actions directly contradict the country’s prospects to join the European Union (EU).

For Russia the economy is only one means of warfare: Head of the USCC during a speech in Romania

On 9 November, the team of the Ukrainian Security and Cooperation Center took part in a panel meeting “Ukrainian Language Day in Romania – an opportunity to reflect on challenges in the region” on the topic of Ukraine’s geopolitical challenges.

The Russian Trace Surrounding the Ratification of Sweden’s NATO Accession and What the Quran Has to Do with It

In October, the ratification of Sweden’s NATO accession application by the Turkish parliament is expected. Sweden submitted the application last year, but besides the Kurdish issue, the controversial actions of burning the Quran have also had a negative impact on the relations between the two countries. The escalation of the conflict did not go without Russia’s interference.

Postponed “Judgment Day”: how Russian narratives around the war have changed

Over the course of 19 months of full-scale war in Ukraine, Russian headlines that once boasted about the successes of “theirs” have transformed into attempts to reassure the Russian society.

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