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IISS research, from the leading authority on global security, is designed to advance the understanding of defence, nuclear, conflict, terrorism and other crucial twenty-first century issues
Cyber security has become a focal point for conflicting domestic and international interests, and increasingly for the projection of state power. This Dossier charts and contextualises the key developments and trends that have shaped the cyber domain since the 1950s.
This programme considers how armed violence affects large urban centres in less-developed countries and limits their ability to meet development goals.
The IISS Russia and Eurasia programme focuses on the politics, political economy, and international relations of Russia and the other states of post-Soviet Eurasia.
The IISS Defence and Military Analysis Programme (DMAP) examines trends in strategies, capabilities and defence expenditure.
The Geo-economics and Strategy programme is devoted to analysis of the interplay between economics and geopolitics at the global level.
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About four-fifths of the weapons-usable nuclear materials in the world are in non-civilian programmes, but global efforts to enhance the security of nuclear materials have been almost exclusively concentrated on the civilian sector. Following troubling security breaches, this report aims to advance international oversight of the security of non-civilian nuclear materials.
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