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Global Politics and Strategy
By François Heisbourg
There is no precedent for such a large and abrupt flow of war refugees from the Middle East to Europe.
By Elbridge Colby and Jonathan Solomon
It is not yet clear that NATO has either a serious strategy for responding to the Russian threat or the capabilities to back up such a strategy.
By Elizabeth Pond
As the immediate threat recedes, the oligarchs who once personally financed Ukraine’s defence seem to be trying to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory.
Also featuring Samuel Charap, Massimo Franco, Nina Kollars,
John A. Gans, Jr,
Nien-chung Chang Liao and Dalton Kuen-da Lin.
When I arrived at the IISS ten years ago, all was not quiet on the non-proliferation front. In Tehran, Mahmoud...
The results of the latest UK Strategic Defence and Security Review (SDSR) are about to break cover. Given the tumultuous...
In discussing the Paris attacks, President Barack Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry have both employed a theme that...
The 300-some participants at the EU Non-proliferation and Disarmament Conference held in Brussels from 11–12 November had reason for celebration –...
By Theo Farrell and Michael Semple
In Afghanistan, neither side can win – a reality that creates a simple and compelling logic for peace talks.
By Tim Huxley and Benjamin Schreer
A choice is fast approaching: accept China’s sub-regional hegemony, or push back.
By Bill Emmott
The right questions to ask about China’s future concern politics, not economics.
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