As the War in Ukraine places pressure on global security and economic stability, a negotiated end to the conflict remains unlikely. CISSM scholars share their insight on policy-relevant topics related to the ongoing war in Ukraine to help make sense of the far-reaching consequences of the crisis.
False allegations of biological-weapons use from Putin’s Russia by CISSM Senior Research Associate, Milton Leitenberg
Ukraine war: fresh warning that Africa needs to be vigilant against Russia’s destabilising influence by CISSM Affiliate, Joseph Siegle
Crime and Corruption as a Tool for Autocratic Leaders: Evidence from the Pandora and Panama Papers featuring Drew Sullivan, Co-founder, Editor and Publisher of the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP)
CISSM Experts in the News:
It sends a very powerful signal to Russia that countries that were previously non-aligned are feeling threatened and want to join NATO. Since one of his major objections was NATO expansion, it essentially shows that attacking Ukraine has had the exact opposite effect of what he most wanted.Dr. Nancy Gallagher CISSM Director