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    Survival: Global Politics and Strategy December 2010–November 2011

    01 December 2010. 

    In the December 2010–January 2011 issue of Survival, Dana H. Allin and Steven Simon discuss President Obama’s options for dealing with Iranian nuclear ambitions; Dean A. Wilkening explores the merits of ballistic missile defence; and Oksana Antonenko and Igor Yurgens analyse Russia-NATO relations. Also in the issue: Stephen Fidler and Alexander Nicoll on the failings of globalisation; Jeffrey Mazo on the challenges of climate change; and James P. Farwell on al-Qaeda’s use of new media.

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    Survival: Global Politics and Strategy October–November 2010

    01 October 2010. 

    In the October–November 2010 issue of Survival, Hilary Synott analyses Pakistan’s political future in the aftermath of disaster; Hew Strachan explores the tensions between the White House and the Pentagon; and Simon Chesterman discusses changing attitudes to privacy and  surveillance. Also in the issue: David Harland on the limits of UN authority; Amy E. Smithson on biosciences industry regulation; and Christopher S. Chivvis on state-building in Bosnia.

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    Survival: Global Politics and Strategy August–September 2010

    01 August 2010. 

    In the August–September 2010 issue of Survival, Nigel Inkster examines China’s activities in cyberspace; Aaron L. Friedberg explores the effects of the financial crisis on US-China relations; and Nina Hachigian and Yuan Peng look at the increasing disparity of expectations between East and West. Other highlights include Jason Alderwick and Bastian Giegerich on NATO’s maritime strategy; Nikolai Sokov on cooperating with Russia over missile defence; and Thomas de Waal on the Nagorno-Karabakh peace process.

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    Survival: Global Politics and Strategy June–July 2010

    01 June 2010. 

    In the June–July 2010 issue of Survival, Erik Jones, Henri J. Barkey and Massimo Franco discuss instability in the EU; Colin S. Grey analyses strategic defence planning; and Adam Roberts examines the statistics of civilian casualities. Other highlights include Mark Fitzpatrick and Volker Perthes on Iran’s nuclear programme; Andrew B. Kennedy on energy security in China; and Teresita C. Schaffer on US military strategy in Afghanistan.

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    Survival: Global Politics and Strategy April–May 2010

    23 January 2013. 

    In the April–May 2010 issue of Survival, Christopher J. Fettweis discusses anxiety in US foreign policy; Ginny Hill examines economic threats to Yemen; and Mats Berdal and Nader Mousavizadeh explore the links between entrepreneurship and peace. Other highlights include Sam Nunn on NATO nuclear policy, Toby Dodge on the US forces in Iraq, and F. Stephen Larrabee on Turkey’s changing approach to geopolitics.

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    Survival: Global Politics and Strategy February–March 2010

    23 January 2013. 

    In the February–March 2010 issue of Survival, Jonathan Stevenson, Rob de Wijk, David M. Anderson and Steven Haines analyse piracy in Somalia; Robert Skidelsky expores the limits of American power; and Greogry D. Koblentz and Jonathan B. Tucker discuss the attribution and deterrence of biological attacks. Other highlights include Thomas Graham on the relative dynamism of Russia’s neighbours; Christopher S. Chivvis on Bosnia and the Dayton Accords; and Denny Roy on rapprochement with North Korea.