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NATO Spearhead Force deploys to test readiness

A force of 2,500 German, Dutch and Norwegian troops and 1,000 vehicles is currently taking part in exercise Noble Jump 19 at the Zagan training range in Western Poland. Noble Jump is the main training opportunity for NATO’s Spearhead Force,… Continue Reading →

Iran – USA: Both parties are playing with the red line

According to a recent confidential report: Both Iran and USA are playing with the red line. The US are pushing Iran to cross it but Iran is also flirting with the red line for internal political reasons, while at the… Continue Reading →

North Atlantic Council Meeting with the National Security Advisers and Hybrid Points of Contact at NATO Headquarters

This meeting was the first of its kind at NATO. “We discussed ways to improve our situational awareness, through better intelligence and information sharing,” said NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. NATO has already developed a strategy to counter hybrid warfare,… Continue Reading →

Narrative Warfare – Kindle/e-book version now available

Narrative Strategies (NS), a US based think/ do tank has recently released its latest publication on narrative and its critical role in influence as an e-book/Kindle version. In fact, it specifically addresses the topic of Narrative Warfare, a term coined… Continue Reading →

Learn from The Narrative Strategies Team: They change how power works

– Defense and security communities world-wide generally agree that there is an urgent need to develop effective counter-terrorism narratives. We disagree.  We do more than that. The Narrative Strategies Team goes beyond defensive maneuvers and counter messaging. We are not… Continue Reading →

Nobel Prize to Oleg Elshin, Terra Seismic, will help protect humanity from earthquakes and tsunamis

Earthquakes and tsunamis are the world’s most damaging natural disasters. Just over the last 15 years, the death toll from these perils exceeds 680,000 people and hundreds of millions more were affected. Earthquakes can affect anyone. Five billion people live… Continue Reading →

NATO Secretary General praises the Supreme Allied Commander Europe’s long-standing contribution to Euro-Atlantic defence and security

“For seven decades, NATO has defended the way of life, and the values that underpin it: freedom, democracy, and the rule of law. This makes the job of SACEUR one of the most challenging – and most important – military… Continue Reading →

Endless “threat-speak” and siege mentality corrode western societies and politics over time

Our own notions of an ongoing, all-pervading and never-ending hybrid war are corroding our societies and political systems. Hybrid warfare has been in the limelight for more than a decade within the Western strategic discourse. During the last five years, this… Continue Reading →

North Atlantic Council decides to extend the Secretary General’s mandate

NATO Allies agreed 28. March 2019 to extend the mandate of Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg by a further two years, until 30 September 2022. He joined NATO in 2014. Jens Stoltenberg was born in Oslo on 16 March 1959. He… Continue Reading →

Russia’s illegal actions in Ukraine: Statement by the North Atlantic Council on Crimea

Five years ago, Russia used force against Ukraine to illegally and illegitimately annex Crimea. This violation of Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity is a serious breach of international law and a major challenge to Euro-Atlantic security. We strongly condemn this… Continue Reading →

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