• Ramping up the costs for Russia

    Stefan Wolff     |      August 30, 2022

    Ukraine and its partners must hold their nerve and ratchet up the pressure on the Kremlin to force it to end its war of aggression.

  • A world divided between light and dark

    Stefan Wolff     |      July 4, 2022

    The deepening division of the world between liberal democracies around the world and the aggressive dictatorships of Russia and China is forcing non-aligned nations to pick sides.

  • Will Belarus enter Russia’s war on Ukraine?

    Stefan Wolff     |      June 25, 2022

    Vladimir Putin may increase the pressure on Belarus, already a client state of Russia, to attack Ukraine’s northern border as the West continues to sit on its hands and leave Ukraine to fight for its freedom alone.

  • What the West should do now

    Stefan Wolff     |      February 25, 2022

    The west sat by and did little when Russia invaded Georgia in 2008 and annexed Crimea in 2014 but the full-scale invasion of Ukraine currently underway in pursuit of Putin’s crazed imperial ambitions is impossible to ignore.

  • Putin’s tanks roll into Ukraine

    Stefan Wolff     |      February 23, 2022

    The Russian dictator’s de-facto annexation of yet more Ukrainian territory in the name of absorbing more ethnic Russians into his empire recalls Adolf Hitler’s insidious assimilation of neighbouring states before the start of the Second World War.