Category: Homeland Security News

ENERGY SECURITYCan Germany Wean Itself Off Russian Gas? By Nik Martin and Insa Wrede Published 29 March 2022 Experts are divided on how quickly Germany could cut imports of Russian energy and stop funding President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. How vulnerable would such a move leave Europe’s largest economy? Germany remains under intense pressure to

ARGUMENT: PROXY WARA Proxy War in Ukraine Is the Worst Possible Outcome – Except for All the Others Published 28 March 2022 The United States and its European allies clearly said that they will not fight a war against Russia in Ukraine. Sam Winter-Levy writes that these statements obscured an important truth: The United States

OUR PICKS: WAR IN UKRAINE – MILITARY ASPECTSAvoiding NATO-Russia War | Why Deterrence Failed in Ukraine | Putin: Inept Strategist, and more Published 28 March 2022 ·  Kulminatsionny Moment? ·  Tacit Rules to Avoid a NATO-Russia War ·  The False Promise of Arming Insurgents: America’s Spotty Record Warrants Caution in Ukraine ·  How Russia’s Revamped Military Fumbled the

POPULATION DECLINEWar Could See Ukraine’s Population Fall by a Third Published 28 March 2022 Ukraine’s population could decline by a third over the next two decades as a result of the Russian invasion, researchers say. The population of Ukraine is also likely to become proportionately older over time with continued large-scale emigration the longer the

HUMANITARIAN CRISISHow Bad Is Ukraine’s Humanitarian Crisis? By Diana Roy Published 28 March 2022 Russia’s assault on Ukraine could create as many as seven million refugees. Experts say the war could soon become Europe’s largest humanitarian crisis since the 1990s. Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine has created the largest humanitarian crisis Europe has seen

EXTREMISTSRussia-Ukraine War Splits Germany’s Far-Right By Ben Knight Published 28 March 2022 The Russian invasion of Ukraine has left Germany’s neo-Nazis confused: Should they support the authoritarian Russian leader or far-right nationalists fighting on the Ukrainian side? Germany’s far-right political parties and fringe groups are struggling to agree on a position on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine,