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Section: Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs (USA)

    Fixing Europe’s collective insecurity
    Jul19

    Fixing Europe’s collective insecurity

    Leaders of NATO countries will open a summit in Warsaw on Friday which is expected to authorize a force of 4,000 soldiers in the Baltics and Poland — an attempt to prevent Russia from repeating its Ukraine policy of instigating an insurgency somewhere in the alliance’s eastern flank. Russia has already vowed to respond by deploying three...

    North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Russia, and European Security
    Jul07

    North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Russia, and European Security

    On the eve of the Warsaw NATO Summit, Professor Burns and his Co-Chair of a recent Atlantic Council report on NATO, General Jim Jones, testified before the Senate Armed Services Committee. They described the current situation in Europe—including Putin’s widespread aggression, a weakening European Union, the tsunami of instability from the...

    Ukraine Power Grid Hacking:  Could it Happen in the United States?
    Apr07

    Ukraine Power Grid Hacking: Could it Happen in the United States?

    In December, a portion of the Ukrainian power grid was hit with a cyber attack. The perpetrators wiped data from SCADA systems (the industrial controls behind power grids), disrupted power to tens of thousands of customers, and blinded grid operators with an attack against the power company’s phone systems. …read more Source: Belfer...