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We are pleased to announce that the British Foreign Secretary, The Rt Hon Boris Johnson MP, will deliver the Keynote speech at this year’s Manama Dialogue, taking place on 9–11 December.
After a turbulent year in the Middle East and beyond, the world’s most powerful policymakers face urgent political, economic, social and security challenges. As John Jenkins explains, the IISS Manama Dialogue provides a vital forum for them to agree on collective solutions.
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In the latest issue of Survival, Dana H. Allin argues that the US is entering terra incognita with the first overtly illiberal candidate to be elected president since the Second World War. Also in this issue, Ash Carter explains US policy towards Russia, Gordon Barrass revisits Able Archer 83 and Emile Hokayem and David Roberts analyse the war in Yemen.
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All IISS Adelphi books are on offer at three for the price of two. Here we recommend the Asia nuclear collection, which analyses the nuclear landscape in China, Pakistan, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan.
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Now in its 50th edition, Strategic Survey 2016 provides in-depth analysis of the significant events and strategic decisions of the year.
The IISS’s inaugural online Annual Review highlights its key achievements in 2015–16.
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