Sun. Jun 26th, 2022

Updated 1. June 2022

Insights from Ukraine about escalation in modern war, the Kremlin’s aims and assumptions, starvation as a weapon of war, NATO/ the EU and the return of collective defence, what Putin’s war in Ukraine means for the future of China-Russia relations, Russia’s de-dollarization strategy, and how sanctions on Russia might reshape the global financial system are some of the topics covered in the present update.

This is a non-exhaustive collection of Think Tanks reports on the invasion of Ukraine, covering the period from February 2022 onwards, which is regularly updated. The collection was prepared by the EU Council’s library.

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1.6.2022

Insights from Ukraine about escalation in modern war, the Kremlin’s aims and assumptions, starvation as a weapon of war, NATO/ the EU and the return of collective defence, what Putin’s war in Ukraine means for the future of China-Russia relations, Russia’s de-dollarization strategy, and how sanctions on Russia might reshape the global financial system are some of the topics covered in the present update.

INSTITUT FRANÇAIS DES RELATIONS INTERNATIONALES

Premiers enseignements nucléaires de la guerre en Ukraine

The invasion of Ukraine by the Russian army on 24 February has an undeniable nuclear character. The purpose of this briefing is to analyse the first lessons of this conflict, in the field of power relations between nuclear powers. 

STIFTUNG WISSENSCHAFT UND POLITIK           …