What can we learn today from the ‘three wise men’?
05 Dec. 2016In the turbulent world of 2016, many of the fundamentals of transatlantic cooperation and western liberalism are being questioned. Learn why the recommendations of NATO’s ‘three wise men’ aimed at strengthening unity within the Alliance are still relevant today, 60 years later.
Securing the Nordic-Baltic region
17 Mar. 2016How are NATO Allies and partners, Finland and Sweden, working together to defend this strategically important region in the current security context?
Odessa: Ukraine’s secret weapon?
18 Jan. 2016Odessa has been attacked. Many times. But it has found a way to make the attacks bring people together. NATO Review travelled to the southern Ukrainian region to find out the secret of its success.
Could ISIL go nuclear?
26 May. 2015As ISIL’s in-house journalist warns that there is an ‘infinitely’ greater chance of the group making a nuclear attack on the West, Wolfgang Rudischhauser looks at how much of this claim is bluff – and how much should be taken seriously.
30 Mar. 2015There's a Baltic state that is preparing for future Russian aggression. A state which suffered similar threats and attacks as those seen in Ukraine today. That was 25 years ago when the country tried to leave the Soviet Union. Today it sits in NATO and the EU. NATO Review takes an in depth look at why Lithuania knows Russia - and the Ukrainian situation - so well.
Escape from Crimea: the journalist
17 Mar. 2015Russia’s plans for the Crimea became obvious to the peninsula’s journalists before many others. Freedoms dried up, investigations were obstructed, arrests and beatings followed. Here an editor who was forced to flee Crimea outlines what happened there as the Russian plan unfolded.
Escape from Crimea: the Tatar
13 Mar. 2015Russia promised to protect Crimea’s Tatars when it annexed the peninsula. We hear from a refugee who fled to Kiev who says the opposite is happening.
How information war can kill
18 Dec. 2014The information war which has broken out over Russia’s actions in Ukraine has largely been seen as two sides projecting differing opinions. But the way information is controlled, twisted and spread can have serious effects. We look at how information affected the lives of thousands – possibly millions – of people when it was manipulated following the Chernobyl nuclear disaster.
Ukraine: what it hopes to leave behind
01 Dec. 2014Ukraine is facing change. It is hoping to look forward to less interference, corruption and conflict. Here are some images of what the country hopes to leave behind.
Why perception is different to reality
14 Nov. 2014In this edition of NATO Review, we look at the difference between perception and reality. Whether the perception of Russia’s President Putin as a master strategist matches the reality on the ground. In my interview with Ukrainian expert Alexander Motyl, it becomes apparent that Putin has probably lost control of the situation he helped create. Motyl sets out three areas where Putin is actually in a weaker position in Ukraine than he was at the start of the year.