Sweden and Finland are increasingly concerned about the defence of their Baltic Sea islands, Gotland and the Åland Islands.
On 8 October the Russian Ministry of Defence confirmed that an Iskander-M missile complex had been transported to the territory of the Kaliningrad region.
Media in Germany published the Franco-German non-paper on enhancing the Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP).
On 19 September, the Kommersant daily newspaper published an article suggesting a large-scale reorganisation of the Russian law enforcement system.
Over the past three years, Azerbaijan has revised its risk assessment and has reached the conclusion that the West cannot guarantee its security.
The German minister of foreign affairs, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, proposes to negotiate a new multilateral treaty on conventional arms control in Europe.
The question about the role of the armed forces in the information space is in fact a question about the role of the factor of force in the Kremlin’s policy.
Germany’s stance on strengthening NATO’s eastern flank has evolved over the last two years.
The Russian annexation of Crimea in 2014 put a stop to the gradual scaling down of US military engagement in Europe.
The decisions made at the NATO summit in Warsaw mark a paradigm shift in the policy of strengthening the alliance’s presence on its eastern flank.