• 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

  • IISS Voices

    John Drennan: Russia-Japan relations after Ukraine

    10 July 2015. 

  • Events

    Two Unforeseen Wars: A Military Analysis of the Conflict in Ukraine and the Campaign against ISIS

    07 July 2015. 

    IISS-US Lecture Series
    Brigadier (Retd) Ben Barry
    Senior Fellow for Land Warfare, IISS
    IISS-US, Washington DC
    Tuesday 7 July 2015, 2-3pm EDT, 7-8pm BST

  • News

    The perilous Line of Contact in southeastern Ukraine

    29 June 2015.  Clashes between the Ukrainian government and Russia-backed separatists have occurred regularly along the Line of Contact (LoC) in southeastern Ukraine since the February ceasefire agreement was signed in Minsk. Both sides seemingly lack the will to fully implement the agreement, so the conflict looks likely to remain unresolved for the foreseeable future.

  • IISS Voices

    John Drennan: The perilous Line of Contact in southeastern Ukraine

    29 June 2015.  Clashes between the Ukrainian government and Russia-backed separatists have occurred regularly along the Line of Contact (LoC) in southeastern Ukraine since the February ceasefire agreement was signed in Minsk. Both sides seemingly lack the will to fully implement the agreement, so the conflict looks likely to remain unresolved for the foreseeable future.

  • Events

    The Vatican’s New Foreign Policy: From Russia to Cuba

    12 May 2015. 

    Discussion Meeting
    Antonio Mennini,
    Apostolic Nuncio to the Court of St. James's
    Massimo Franco,
    Author and political columnist, Corriere della Sera
    Arundel House, London
    Tuesday 12 May 2015

  • Strategic Comments

    Slow disarmament progress will hamper NPT review

    24 April 2015. 

    The month-long NPT 'RevCon' will take place against the background of several regional confrontations and conflicts. Recent agreement in talks on Iran's nuclear programme may generate some optimism, but Russia's actions in Ukraine have considerably altered threat perceptions in the West.

  • Military Balance Blog

    Tom Waldwyn: Ukraine’s navy – one year after the seizure of Crimea

    17 April 2015.  By Tom Waldwyn, Assistant Research Analyst for Maritime Forces and Defence Industry The Ukrainian navy has been much reduced over the past 13 months. In February 2014, Ukraine’s naval headquarters were at Sevastopol; one year later they had been moved to Odessa, with only one principal surface combatant and seven patrol and coastal combatants (down from ten). With the annexation by Russia of Crimea, Ukraine lost the bulk of its naval...

  • Expert Commentary

    Problems of Post-Communism: Making Sense of Russian Foreign Policy

    17 April 2015.  Introduction to a special issue of Problems of Post-Communism guest edited by Samuel Charap, Senior Fellow for Russia and Eurasia, and Cory Welt Russian foreign policy in the Putin era has drawn particular attention, and even praise, from the realist school of international relations scholars. John J. Mearsheimer, for example, has written that “Putin and his compatriots have been thinking and acting according to realist dictates” in their policy toward Ukraine. Indeed, senior Russian...

  • Strategic Comments

    Ukraine ceasefire remains a work in progress

    15 April 2015. 

    The long-term viability of the February 2015 ceasefire agreement depends on Kiev's ability to implement contentious constitutional reforms. Until it has done so, Russia does not have to cede control of the border.

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