Share with your friendsFinland is set to open its doors wider to United States military presence as part of a new bilateral Defense Cooperation Agreement (DCA) with the U.S., a move signaling a significant shift in the Nordic country’s defence
Share with your friends”The United States must convince China that it can prevail in a long war,” wrote Andrew F. Krepinevich, Jr. in his Foreign Affairs article “The Big One: Preparing for a Long War With China”, published on December 12,
Share with your friendsThe Norwegian Government strengthens Norway’s air defence by ordering new NASAMS air defence systems from Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace. It pledges to be committed to NATO’s 2 percent guideline in its defence budget. The Norwegian government
Share with your friendsYevgeny Prigozhin is no Ceasar, nor Yeltsin – and Vladimir Putin is not Pompeius the Great. History never repeats itself, but Yeltsin and Caesar did manifest themselves as saviours of the republic and defenders of the citizen.
Share with your friendsRisto E. J. Penttilä Finland and Sweden’s membership in NATO is a boost for Nordic cooperation. Is it time for a new Kalmar Union? If so, should the Baltic states be part of it? The original Kalmar
Share with your friendsAccording to the historian Michael De Groot, the oil crisis forced Soviet policymakers to confront the limits of their energy industry and the effects of the crisis on their East European allies. Just as in the ongoing
Share with your friendsWhat determines how nations perceive their own security? President Mauno Koivisto answered that with a whole book. It was called: Geography and historical experience. By Jaakko Iloniemi When we think about our own history and the history