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Global Politics and Strategy
By Lawrence Freedman
Extracting the United Kingdom from the European Union could leave both in a much weaker position.
By François Heisbourg
Europe’s troubles will impose themselves uninvited onto a post-Brexit United Kingdom, because Britain is where it is.
By Nigel Inkster
An EU that did not have the UK as a core component of its counter-terrorism and security efforts would arguably be much weaker, leaving the UK facing greater risks.
Also featuring Sarah Percy, Ryan D. Martinson and Aaron Arnold.
When Gerald Ford became the first sitting US president to visit Japan, in 1974, I regretted that he did not...
Among the many inaccuracies in the New York Times Magazine profile of Ben Rhodes was the claim by writer David...
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...
By Lanxin Xiang
The realisation of Xi Jinping’s vision ultimately depends on establishing a form of political pluralism that is compatible with the Confucian tradition.
By Andrea Berger
North Korea's defence-export industry remains active.
By Denny Roy
Pyongyang's nuclear-ICBM capability, though frightening and unwelcome, will not be a game-changer.
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