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2010 articles

Also in 2016

Ukraine

Crimea

The reasons the Baltics still fear Russia

Ukraine and Russia: the perceptions and the reality (2)

Ukraine and Russia: the perceptions and the reality

War and medicine - 100 years after the Great War

Energy security: running on empty?

NATO at 65: what it means to be a member

NATO-Russia: trust or bust?

Also in 2014

The defence industry - a changing game?

Smart defence - in action

Security snapshots

Cyber - the good, the bad and the bug-free

Partners - who needs them?

Women: paying the price of conflict?

The Arab Spring - what now?

Food, Water and Energy

Threats from within

NATO Chicago Summit special edition

Smart Defence

Greece and Turkey: 60 years in NATO

Mladic, Srebrenica and justice

Afghanistan 2011 versus Afghanistan 2001: the same country?

NATO-Russia relations: 20 years after the USSR

Small weapons, big impact

Why NATO's partners matter

Social media: power to the people?

Hungry for climate action?

Predictions for security in 2011

NATO Lisbon Summit Edition

View from America: new elections, new directions?

Women and conflict: a frontline issue?

Yemen: danger ahead?

Football: just a game - or war with a ball?

Nuclear proliferation – about to mushroom?

Maritime security: sink or swim

NATO Review 2009

The coming role of Asia

NATO Review 2009

How does NATO need to change (Parts 1 and 2)?

Organised Crime

World financial crisis: what it means for security

Law, order and the elections in Afghanistan

NATO at 60

The Arctic: too hot to ignore?

Partnerships: how are they changing?

The Balkans: quo vadis?

Afghanistan (part 1): the Issues

Food and Security

The mechanics of terrorism

New media: weapons of mass communication?

Growing dangers: emerging and developing security threats