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By Bruce Gilley and David Kinsella
If states cannot cooperate to take action on climate change, they might begin to coerce one another to do so.
By Steven Pifer, Lukasz Kulesa, Egon Bahr, Götz Neuneck, Mikhail Troitskiy and Matthew Kroenig
In the last issue of Survival, Matthew Kroenig proposed a new NATO strategy towards Russia. We invited American, European and Russian experts to react.
By Maria Rost Rublee
The suggestion that Ukraine should have kept its Soviet-era nuclear weapons is a counterfactual fantasy that groans under the weight of its technical, political and strategic assumptions.
This issue includes articles on international affairs by Charles Freilich, Samuel Charap and Jeremy Shapiro, and David Shlapak.
When states assemble in New York on 27 April for a four-week-long quinquennial review of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT)...
Those who advocate strong action to mitigate global warming are sometimes accused of alarmism and hyperbole, or of writing ‘climate...
[Ed. note: This is an extract from a forum on NATO and Russia in the April–May 2015 issue of Survival...
The framework for an Iran nuclear deal that negotiators reached on 2 April is a win for all involved, not...
By Charles D. Freilich
With its basic security against non-nuclear threats now essentially ensured, Israel should develop a greater ability to live with the pain inflicted by Hizbullah, Hamas and others like them.
By Samuel Charap and Jeremy Shapiro
To end Russian intervention in its neighbourhood, the West may have to recognise the country's special role there.
By David A. Shlapak
The debate over US national-security strategy is seemingly bracketed by two very
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