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The best Survival article with which I have been associated was James E. Doyle’s powerful piece on 'Why eliminate nuclear weapons' in the February-March 2013 edition. It also turned out to be the most troublesome – for the author.
China and the US both recognise that an armed conflict between them would include cyber attacks. But there is a curious failure to connect the tactical military advantages of cyber war with strategic hazards, argue David Gompert and Martin Libicki in the new issue of Survival.
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Discussing the new IISS Security and Development research programme, Virginia Comolli explores the ‘hybrid insecurity’ confronting many developing countries, including the Boko Haram insurgency troubling Africa’s largest economy, instability posed by rapid urbanisation and the role of organised criminal networks as surrogate providers of public services.
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The US and other western governments have raised growing concerns over China’s use of cyber a tool of state power and for commercial espionage. Nigel Inkster offers an assessment of China’s evolving cyber policies and capabilities.
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The sixth BRICS summit was a milestone for the bloc of emerging powers. The establishment of the New Development Bank represents a geo-economic game-changer for the BRICS’ role in global development, argues Braz Barachuy.
Deep differences over the allowable size of Iran's nuclear programme and how long restrictions on it should remain in place proved insurmountable in the latest round of negotiations. The latest Strategic Comment assesses their implications.
The IISS is pleased to announce that registration for the 11th Global Strategic Review is now open. The 2014 GSR will be held in Oslo from Friday 19 September to Sunday 21 September, The theme will be 'Geopolitical Risks and Geo-economic Opportunities.'
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This Adelphi provides an analytical overview of the main challenges related to food security in Asia and their implications for
The 3rd EU Non-Proliferation and Disarmament Conference will bring together some 250 experts and officials from the EU and beyond.
The Military Balance is the IISS flagship annual assessment of the military capabilities and defence economics of 171 countries worldwide. This year's essays focus on lessons from ten years of war in Iraq and Afghanistan, cyber abilities and the rise of unmanned systems.
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