Publications by Marek Jan Chodakiewicz

Cyber Statecraft: Developing a Strategy for Cybersecurity

Publication Date: Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Instead of waiting for the state to act, a bottom-up army of cyber warriors should be created. They should stand side-by-side with the marching National Guard and paramilitary organizations.  {read more}

The Rising Tide of Third World Refugees and the Plight of NATO’s Southeastern Flank

Publication Date: Monday, September 28, 2015

The Hungarians and others argue that for economic and cultural reasons they simply cannot accommodate the new comers. The Magyars refuse to succumb to the social engineering schemes of Brussels and prefer their country just the way it is.  {read more}

Dr. Chodakiewicz analyzes the Nemtsov murder

Publication Date: Wednesday, March 25, 2015

The smoke had hardly cleared after the murder of the Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov, on February 27, celebrated in Russia, ironically, as "Spetznatz Day," when the Kremlin and its mignons paraded a slew of conspiracy theories regarding the culprits.  {read more}

Moscow’s 'Spetznatz Day' is Every Day: Conspiracy, Assassination, and Disinformation

Publication Date: Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Nemtsov was shot right outside of the Kremlin, a very secure place. Further, he often complained about his FSB tail, a surveillance squad, which shadowed him. Why didn't they jump to the rescue? Also, a snow plow inched slowly behind the strolling couple, obscuring security cameras.  {read more}

Hungary Abroad

Publication Date: Friday, January 30, 2015

The Hungarian politician hopes that because Germany holds neither revisionist territorial designs nor any general historical animus against his nation, Hungary can serve as a useful and reliable geopolitical pawn for both Berlin and Moscow. This is what happens when the United States is absent; its leadership is missing; and the White House "leads from behind." This is also the best prism to scrutinize Orban's foreign policy moves through. He cannot ingratiate himself to Berlin through his conservatism, but he can through Russophilia.  {read more}

Hungary at Home

Publication Date: Friday, January 23, 2015

According to his admirers, Prime Minister Orban's third achievement is to restore and rehabilitate Hungary's past, including its pre-war and war-time leader, Regent Admiral Miklos Horthy. It was Horthy who rushed troops and armored vehicles to the streets to halt Jewish deportations, one of the very few times in Nazi-occupied Europe when anyone took up arms in defense of the Jews.  {read more}

Torture: Thoughts by Dr. Marek Chodakiewicz

Publication Date: Tuesday, December 23, 2014

A recent media story equating CIA interrogation methods to the atrocities of the Nazis and Communists invoked my work as the pivot of its argument. This is abuse of history. Not only morally relativistic, it is also inaccurate historically.  {read more}

Cuba Libre

Publication Date: Tuesday, December 23, 2014

After a sustained effort in clandestine diplomacy, the White House has recognized Cuba. Yet, the Obama administration has failed to explain convincingly why, for Christmas, it has decided to bless a Communist totalitarian dictatorship, second only in ruthlessness to the North Korean satrapy.  {read more}

Naming Names: An Op-Ed by Prof. Marek Chodakiewicz in Eurasia Review

Publication Date: Monday, December 15, 2014

"Islamofascists" and "Putin-Hitler" reverberate through our public discourse, reflecting anger and emotion, rather than calm and acumen. As such, these seemingly helpful tags actually impede our understanding of both adversaries and, hence, prevent us from elaborating a successful strategy against each, including mobilizing popular support for the endeavor.  {read more}

Strategic Value of Poland and the Intermarium

Publication Date: Thursday, July 10, 2014

The White House's erratic, confused, and rudderless foreign policy endangers America's Polish friend, and, indeed, other NATO members, putting Warsaw and the rest, in particular in Central and Eastern Europe, also known as the Intermarium, lands between the Black and Baltic seas, on a collision course vis-à-vis Berlin and Moscow. This is plainly obvious in the context of the Ukrainian crisis.  {read more}

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