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Featured photo courtesy of NASA (2002).

Russia and Frozen Conflicts: Security and Strategy (Part Two)

In Part One of this three-part series, I introduced the issue of Russian support for separatism in Eastern Europe and the Caucasus as a strategy to combat perceived encirclement by Western-dominated European organizations, notably the European Union and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. In Part Two, I examine one of two variables that will demonstrates […]

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Topographical map of Russia and Europe courtesy of the Central Intelligence Agency.

Russia and Frozen Conflicts: Security and Strategy (Part One)

Foreign Intrigue presents a three-part series on Russian support for separatism in the so-called ‘frozen conflicts’ of Eastern Europe and the Caucasus. In this series, I will explain why the Russian strategy of support for separatist groups in Eastern Europe and the Caucasus serves Russian strategic security interests. This is not an argument piece, nor is […]

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