The number of countries and non-state groups that are developing various types of cyber capabilities continues to rise. These skills and tools are also being integrated into the wider arsenal that these actors use to achieve their political objectives. Many also say there is now an ongoing “arms race” not only between cyber criminals and security companies but also between powerful nation-state competitors. At the same time, international law is developing slowly at best. Public attribution is limited by technical challenges, creating conditions for opacity and impunity. In this confusing context, is it possible to project power in and through cyberspace? If so, how, when, why and perhaps even where?
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan Erlan Idrissov took part in a ministerial meeting commemorating the 20th anniversary of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT) during his working visit to Vienna June 13, where he and other government and organisational leaders discussed current nuclear disarmament initiatives.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borissov met with Romanian counterpart Dacian Ciolos on June 1 to discuss a number of subjects, ranging from the gas inter-connector pipeline between the two countries to the continuing efforts by Sofia and Bucharest to join the Schengen area, as well as a joint position on the issue of Canadian visas.
Uzbekistan will temporarily close its border with four of its neighboring countries, the Uzbek State Border Service said in a statement Wednesday.
In an interview for Polish news agency PAP, Milley listed several factors in favour of a rotational deployment of US troops on NATO’s eastern flank.
The terrorist group Islamic State is an "absolute evil" and Russian has demonstrated how to fight it, Secretary General of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Rashid Alimov said on Monday.
Ankara's membership in the EU won't benefit Turkey, since any economic problem in the Union may destroy the Turkish economy, believes Naciye Selin Senocak, chair holder at UNESCO Cultural Diplomacy, Governance and Education Chair, Center for Diplomatic and Strategic Studies (CEDS).
The share of Germany's electricity generated from renewable sources has tripled during the past decade, to 30.1 percent. That's impressive, especially when compared with what has happened in the U.S.
Representatives of Uzbek and Estonian foreign ministries discussed in Tallinn the state and prospective areas for development of cooperation between the two countries in political, trade-economic, investment, cultural-humanitarian and other spheres, the Uzbek Foreign Ministry said.
Senior officials from Georgia and Ukraine on Wednesday exhorted NATO members to bring the two nations into the alliance in order to protect them from Russia and cement ties with the West.
Election results, like the experience of life, have been diverging across the UK. The remain campaign cannot afford to ignore this diversity, but must instead engage with all those English towns that feel left behind.
During the NATO summit in Warsaw [the Alliance] has to take firm and hard decisions, because it's the only way to ensure peace,” Duda said, speaking at a conference at the University of Copenhagen on Friday.
On 8th June, the conference „NATO‘s role in European Energy Security: the Maritime Dimension“ was held in Warsaw. During the conference, organized by NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence and Polish Naval Academy, more than 60 experts from around 10 countries discussed the importance of Maritime security in energy distribution, transition and its protection field.
Estonian Foreign Minister Marina Kaljurand at a meeting with her Ukrainian counterpart Pavlo Klimkin affirmed Estonia's support to Ukraine.
Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev's visit to Germany was aimed at not just active promoting the economic cooperation issues, in which Azerbaijan has never had any problems.