Russian President Vladimir Putin watches Russia-Belarus military exercises Zapad-2013 (photo:dpa)

War games spark security fears in Baltic nations

Nato military forces are preparing to conduct large-scale manoeuvres in the Baltic region in November 2013 designed, in part, to counter growing concerns of Russia’s military westward encroachment. However, Russia’s Zapad-13 military exercise held with Belarus in September 2013, has already generated apprehension among the Baltic nations. The former-Soviet states perceive Russia’s Zapad war games as demonstrating an anti-West agenda. This comes at a time when the European Union is set to forge alliances with several of Russia’s neighbours.

<i>In late September, the Union State of Russia and Belarus conducted joint war games, titled Zapad-2013, that simulated suppression of a ter...

Unlock the report
8.95 EUR
 
Secure, instant payment by credit card or bank transfer
Professor Stefan Hedlund
In conjunction with the Zapad-2013 war games, a whole range of other drills had been conducted, from the Arctic in the north to Voronezh in south-western Russia, close to the border with Ukraine
read more about it in the report
Who will benefit?
  • Report is targeted to the decision makers in cross country manufacturing – suppliers, manufacturers, logistics.
  • Also considered useful for the administrative university facilities, to better understand the possibe effects of current decisions.
By clicking "I Agree" below, you acknowledge that you accept our Privacy Policy and Terms and conditions. Feel free to check out our policies anytime for more information.
I agree