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Global Politics and Strategy
By Chester A. Crocker
Today’s disorder is measured in opportunities lost, problems left to fester and power vacuums left to implode.
By François Heisbourg
Preserving the Post-Cold War system in Europe should be the aim of Western strategy towards Russia.
By Matthew Kroenig
If Russia were to rerun its playbook from Ukraine against a NATO member, how would the West respond?
This issue includes articles on international affairs by Chester Crocker, François Heisbourg and Matthew Kroenig.
When analysts offer a range of possibilities about future nuclear and missile threats, the typical journalistic response is to hype...
Last April, when the RAF deployed four Typhoon aircraft to Lithuania in response to events in Ukraine, a popular British...
As an academic, I am interested in the power of ideas. If ideas didn’t matter, I would probably look for...
Angela Merkel and François Hollande are returning from Minsk with an agreement for a ceasefire in Eastern Ukraine. The news...
By Lawrence J. Cavaiola, David C. Gompert and Martin Libicki
Cyber war is unfamiliar, dynamic and potentially uncontrollable. While not as destructive as nuclear war, it should be approached with similar respect.
By Lawrence Freedman
Henry Kissinger’s World Order harks back to a foreign policy that might seem old-fashioned. But it warns against ignoring the realities of power and interest.
By Arundhati Ghose and Manpreet Sethi
A nuclear deal such as Pakistan’s military and diplomatic elites have demanded for years would make them more, not less, risk-prone.
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