Russia's Frozen Conflicts and the Donbas

  title={Russia's Frozen Conflicts and the Donbas},
  author={Erik J. Grossman},
  journal={The US Army War College Quarterly: Parameters},
  • Erik J. Grossman
  • Published 1 June 2018
  • History
  • The US Army War College Quarterly: Parameters
: This article describes the evolution of Russia’s use of unconventional warfare within regions that have large populations of ethnic Russians. The purpose of Russian unconventional warfare is usually to counter the growth of Western alliances in the region within the boundaries of international law. 

Putin’s Invasion of Ukraine in 2022: Implications for Strategic Studies

  • A. Echevarria
  • Business, Political Science
    The US Army War College Quarterly: Parameters
  • 2022
This special commentary examines critical issues for the field of strategic studies raised by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, including the waning of major war, strategic coercion, and “War Amongst the

Russia’s rising military and communication power: From Chechnya to Crimea

Most scholars working on Russia’s use of strategic narratives recognize the importance of the Russian state. Nevertheless, the authors argue that much of the attention on strategic narratives has

Russia's Invasion of Ukraine: What Did We Miss?

This forum focuses on the overlooked areas of the moment surrounding the nature and progression of Russia's invasion of Ukraine in 2022. It brings together scholars of different disciplines,

Abkhazia: Recasting ‘Ethnic’ War

Abstract This article seeks to nuance previous conceptions of the 1992 Abkhazian conflict by developing an alternative framework for understanding what is commonly known as ‘ethnic’ war. The

ANTICIPATING GEOPOLITICAL CHANGE Analyzing the geopolitical scenarios of George Friedman

Turun kauppakorkeakoulu • Turku School of Economics Bachelor ́s thesis x Master ́s thesis Licentiate ́s thesis Doctor ́s thesis Subject Futures studies Date 2.6.2019 Author Max Stucki Student number