Find out more
Global Politics and Strategy
By William Walker
A nuclear-weapon system designed to guarantee the UK’s survival could hasten its political demise.
By Erik Jones
It is hard to see how Europe’s political centre can survive the lifespan of the third Greek bailout. If it cannot, Greek exit from the euro will be back on the table.
By Matthew Harries
If the Corbyn challenge is not met, Labour will be out of power for close to a generation, more than enough time for a political party to die.
This issue includes articles by William Walker, Michael Wahid Hanna, Dalia Dassa Kaye, Elinor Sloan and Lawrence Freedman.
Once the Iran nuclear accord survived the 60-day US Congressional review period, attention turned to how to prevent Iran from...
Something remarkable happened in British politics on Wednesday; something that has not happened for a generation. The leader of the...
The good news from Ukraine is that after half a year of intensive shelling across the Donbas ‘truce’ line, the...
For months, Pope Francis has been telling his closest advisers that he wants to arrive in the United States via...
By Lawrence Freedman
With no strategy for bringing their war to a conclusion, Ukraine and Russia are now seeking each other’s exhaustion.
By Elinor Sloan
Advances in artificial intelligence augur increasingly autonomous lethal systems.
By Mark Fitzpatrick
The nuclear deal amounts to Lausanne-plus, Additional Protocol-plus and NPT-plus.
The leading authority on global security:
facts, analysis, influence.
© IISS 2015. Company 615259. Registered Charity 206504.
Learn more about The International Institute for Strategic Studies and its activities.
Engage with the IISS and its experts involved in issues shaping today's global agenda.