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Aleksandar Fatic to speak to the Association for the Study of Nationalities Annual Convention, Columbia University, New York, 15–17 April 2010.

8 March 2010

CSS Director will participate in the “Russia and Europe” during the ASN 2010 Annual Convention at the Harriman Institute, Columbia University, on 15 April 2010. He will address the security considerations of NATO enlargement to the Western Balkans and the Russian strategic reasons to oppose such an expansion. Prof. Fatic will specifically focus on the changes in the Russian defence doctrine necessitated by the transfiguration of the strategic security environment, arising from the fact that a further NATO expansion envisages turning the Moscow Military District into the front line of Russian conventional defence. This will means that Russia will have to abandon its conventional defence doctrine and reinforce its nuclear defence doctrine, which is based on the principles of “first strike and extended deterrence”. Part of the change of Russia strategic nuclear thinking will be its inability to proceed with the implementation of the nuclear disarmament treaties. The paper will also discuss Russia's choice of security strategy vis-a-vis the known strategic examples from strategic history, and will describe Russia's strategic policy in the Western Balkans as an “infighting” situation at very close range where diplomatic positioning goes hand-in-hand with highly precise and high paced matching of strategic strengths between Russia and NATO.

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