Munich Conference and the Changing European Security Landscape

Hazem Salem Dmour
Mar 3, 2022

This analytical paper examines the changing security landscape in Europe with the outbreak of the Ukrainian-Russian crisis, which dominated discussion and statements at the Munich Security Conference 2022, in an attempt to deliver a unified Western message to deter Russia. As the war has become a reality and the West continues to show a united position, this paper seeks to examine the consequences of the geopolitical realities in Europe and their effects on the global system, in light of Russia's moves in the field and the deterrent decisions by the West.

Munich Conference and the Changing European Security Landscape

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