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Dr Gregory Treverton, Chairman of the US National Intelligence Council, discusses how US intelligence can maintain a strategic edge in a world awash with information and where most nation states now have intelligence collection capabilities that were once the preserve of a few powers.
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In spite of the undoubted military threat that the Islamic State poses, their rise is a symptom of a much larger set of primarily political pathologies that have dogged the Iraqi state since 2003, argued IISS Middle East expert Toby Dodge at IISS-US.
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The IISS-US Policy Makers Series provides a forum for senior US officials to present new policies and initiatives to the broader strategic, expert, business and media communities.
The debate over US national-security strategy is seemingly bracketed by two very similar choices, says David Shlapak in the new issue of Survival.
As economic powers from the developing world alter the balance in the global trading system, this new book - launched at IISS-US - examines the possible consequences of this shifting trade landscape.
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