Munira Mustaffa, the founder, Executive Director, and principal consultant of Chasseur Group, has more than a decade of extensive experience in private, public, and military security sectors. She is a non-resident fellow at the New Lines Institute for Strategy and Policy, a Washington DC-based policy think tank, a recipient of the 2023 visiting fellowship to the International Centre for Counter-Terrorism (ICCT) The Hague, and a fellow at Verve Research, an independent research collective focusing on military-society relations in the Indo-Pacific region's political development. Her work primarily identifies and analyses non-traditional security challenges, including terrorism, extremism, paramilitary organisations, and media and information warfare. She holds a master's degree from University College London (UCL) in the United Kingdom.
Asking the Kremlin would be a good start.
Prigozhin’s death is only the latest example of an enigmatic fusion of formal governance and clandestine networks.
The mercenary operations sit at the heart of a complex web of geopolitical ambitions, covert operations, and influence peddling.
It is Russia, not Ukraine, abusing international principles. The law must not obstruct Ukraine to fight back.