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HORBULIN: ‘OUR MAIN TASK: TO SURVIVE THIS WAR’

Interview with Director of the National Institute for Strategic Studies Dr. Volodymyr Horbulin What, In Your Opinion, Do “Frozen” Conflicts in the Post-Soviet Space Have in Common? “Frozen” conflicts in the post-Soviet space have become the consequence of exacerbating ethnic and linguistic tensions with the crucial role of the Russian Federation in it. Russian military…

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THE GENDER DIMENSION OF CONFLICTS

The article covers the issues of conflict, gender, and – more broadly – a “gender lens” in conflict analysis. It touches upon feminist concepts of peace as well as goes in depth into the gender dimension of security. Applications of the author’s conclusion include the study of the “Russian World” and the role of gender…

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DYNAMICS OF RUSSIAN CONVENTIONAL DETERRENCE: THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS FOR PRACTICAL STRATEGY

This paper analyses the evolution of post-Soviet Russian conceptual and doctrinal visions of conventional deterrence and its current status, prospects and impact on regional and global levels in the framework of Russian strategic military and political thinking. The paper argues that although neglected since the early post-Soviet period, Russian conventional (nonnuclear) deterrence has been revisited…

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