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Global Politics and Strategy
By Ariel I. Ahram and Ellen Lust
The malaise of Arab states was triggered by domestic battles, but made possible by global changes in the nature of sovereignty.
By Michael J. Boyle
The new international order will be marked by the ascendancy of illiberal states and value systems, and a diminishment of American influence.
By Daniel Fiott
NATO has limited collective financial means to modernise Europe’s defence-transportation and supply links. The European Union might be able to help.
Also featuring F. Stephen Larrabee, Bastian Giegerich, Maximilian Terhalle and Matthias Matthijs.
Donald Trump will be the 2016 Republican nominee for president. Just typing those words induces vertigo. I find myself, like...
Nine months after the nuclear deal with Iran was struck, last July, and three months after it went into force...
Islamophobia, in the sense of a fear of Islam, was an appropriate term after 11 September 2001. The hijackers were...
In a talk at the Harvard Belfer Center on 6 April, I argued that it is time to get serious...
By Jonathan D. Caverley and Ethan B. Kapstein
The United States’ dominance in arms exports to Asia, a source of regional influence, is under threat.
By Stephan Frühling and Guillaume Lasconjarias
Kaliningrad is both challenge and opportunity.
By Dana H. Allin
The Trump ascendancy is a dream from which America has been struggling, in leaden panic, to wake itself since sometime last summer.
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