• Survival

    The Economics of Multipolarity

    22 July 2015.  Deepak Nayyar’s Catch Up describes the role of 14 developing economies in transforming the structure of world economic output. If the trends of the past half-century persist, the twenty-first-century distribution of power will be multipolar.

  • IISS Voices

    IISS Voices: The changing face of war

    22 July 2015.  More people are dying and being driven from their homes as local grievances and global jihad merge, and as crime and cyber hacking become forms of warfare

  • Events

    Urban Warfare in the ‘Marvelous City’: Securing Rio from the Gangs

    09 July 2015. 

    Discussion Meeting
    Antônio Sampaio 
    Research Associate for Security and Development, IISS
    Christoph Harig 
    Doctoral Researcher, Brazil Institute, King’s College London
    Arundel House, London
    Thursday 9 July 2015

  • Expert Commentary

    World Economic Forum Agenda: This is how megacities are being held back by violence

    01 July 2015.  By Antonio Sampaio, Research Associate for Security and Development World authorities, mayors and experts are preparing to debate the New Urban Agenda – a discussion that will reach its peak next year at a major UN conference. These leaders carry on their shoulders the hopes and dreams of millions of people living in unsafe and sprawling cities. It has never been more urgent for the international community to tackle rising challenges in the...

  • Events

    Organised Crime, Militias and the Crisis in Venezuela

    23 June 2015. 

    Discussion Meeting
    Daniel Lansberg-Rodríguez
    Director for Latin America, Greenmantle LLC;
    Columnist, El Nacional newspaper (Venezuela)
    Arundel House, London
    Tuesday 23 June 2015

  • IISS Voices

    Antonio Sampaio: Hyper-violent criminality and its strategic effects in Latin America

    22 May 2015.  The territorial and military power acquired by criminal groups in the northern triangle of Central America and Mexico is characterised by the use of 'hyper-violent' tactics. The current levels of violence paint a complex picture of criminal networks and gang warfare, both of which have profoundly destabilising effects on developing countries. 

  • Survival

    Book Reviews

    11 May 2015. 

    Politics and International Relations Gilles Andréani

    Latin America Russell Crandall

    Europe Erik Jones

  • Strategic Comments

    US and Cuba: remaking of a relationship

    05 May 2015. 

    Unless the Cuban government enters a new phase of repression, the changes under way now appear irreversible. That does not mean, however, that they will fully succeed in their object of restoring normal relations.

  • Expert Commentary

    The Hindu: The bricks to rebuild IBSA

    28 April 2015.  By Sanjaya Baru, Director for Geo-economics and Strategy Google the acronym 'IBSA' and you will get news about the International Blind Sports Federation and the Illinois Baptist State Association. When was the last time you heard about the other IBSA? At the time of its launch a decade ago, IBSA was referred to as the coming together of the 'biggest democracies' of Asia, Latin America and Africa – India, Brazil and South...

  • Conference Proceedings

    The IISS Cartagena Dialogue 2015

    28 April 2015.  The IISS Cartagena Dialogue: The Trans-Pacific Summit was held from 6–8 March 2015 in Cartagena, Colombia.

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