RIGA — On Nov. 6 and 7, security professionals, politicians, academics, and journalists gathered at the National Library in Riga to describe and define the wars that loom on the Eastern and Southern horizons of Europe. Though this conference has convened every year since 2006 with the intent of discussing all “issues affecting the transatlantic community,” this year’s conference seems to have been organized with the premise that war in and around Europe is inevitable, and therefore the most pressing issue affecting the transatlantic community. Just as no ...
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