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Global Politics and Strategy
By Kristin Ven Bruusgaard
Russia's intention to conduct a Ukraine-style hybrid operation against a NATO country is uncertain, but its determination to deter NATO from encroaching on Russia's security interests is clear.
By Christopher S. Chivvis
If nothing is done to stop the Islamic State's expansion in Libya, it could become a problem on a scale similar to that which it poses in Syria - but much closer to Europe.
By Reuben E. Brigety, II
There is a convergence of interests, a sufficient degree of trust and the collective capacity to establish a strategic partnership between the United States and Africa.
Also featuring Christopher S. Chivvis, Dawood Azami and James Ker-Lindsay.
Of the five NATO allies that still host United States nuclear weapons, I used to think that Turkey would be...
1. The polls are tight
In the words of polling savant Nate Silver: ‘It's a close election right now.’ We are...
The first anniversary this month of the Iran nuclear deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), occasioned...
The strategic effect of terrorism depends on the transmission mechanism of politics. It is naïve to imagine that the political...
By Erik Jones
The British vote to leave the EU is an unprecedented first step towards the West's formal disintegration.
By David C. Gompert and Bruce H. Stover
America's emergence as a producer of liquid hydrocarbons suggests an opportunity to sell energy to China.
By James Ker-Lindsay
As climate change raises sea levels, it is unclear how the international community will handle the physical disappearance of several island states.
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