Posted: 2 NOV 2016
The Ukrainian conflict of 2014 has undoubtedly contributed to destabilize an already fragile region. All along the borders of Ukraine, Moldova and Russia, tensions are rising frequently, and no one knows exactly what would happen if Moscow, the biggest player, will decide to force the situation escalating the conflict.
Even if an open war could have limited military objectives, a new successful Russian intervention - probably justified by the necessity to help “the oppressed Russian minorities” - might have tremendous political repercussions, especially for Eastern Europe NATO countries.
Posted: 31 OCT 2016
After violent demonstrations in Eastern Ukraine and Moldova, the Command: LIVE Team has been dispatched and has collected many evidences of mounting tensions, possibly fueled by Moscow. While the United States are concentrating their attention on what’s happening in the Middle East, a new conflict in Eastern Europe could allow the Kremlin to act more aggressively in the region.
Posted: 25 OCT 2016
Our Command LIVE News Editorial team never stops keeping you informed! The fire seems still smouldering across the Don River, and rumors of multiple boarders skirmishes have been confirmed! If Russia mobilizes, could NATO prevents her moves? What could be her objectives?
Find it out in this in-depth analysis!
Posted: 18 OCT 2016
The recent asymmetrical conflict in Ukraine is only the last one plaguing the region. Situation is still fragile in Moldova and Transnistria, where tensions between Pro-Russian separatists and the rest of the population are part of the daily agenda.
How far Moscow will want to go further in escalating the conflict? And will the NATO countries be able to overcome their differences and act as a whole?
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Release Date: 19 JUL 2016
The Syrian Civil War started with the Arab Spring in early 2011 but has only become more and more complex since then. With international tensions high, and so many players maneuvering in a very small space, it is amazing that the conflict has not overflowed into a general regional or even global war.