• Events

    The Armed Conflict Survey 2015: Press Launch

    20 May 2015. 

    Press Launch
    Arundel House, London
    Wednesday 2015
    09:00 – 09:30am Informal breakfast reception
    09:30 – 10:30am IISS Director of Transnational Threats & Political Risk,
    Nigel Inkster’s remarks and Q&A with the panel

  • Events

    Four Years into the Syrian Conflict: Humanitarian Challenges and the ICRC Response

    24 April 2015. 

    Discussion Meeting
    Robert Mardini
    Head of Operations for the Near and Middle East, International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)
    Arundel House, London
    Friday 24 April 2015, 12:30-1:30pm

  • Expert Commentary

    Foreign Affairs: Who Lost Libya?

    21 April 2015.  Obama’s Intervention in Retrospect Foreign Affairs May/June 2015

  • Events

    Sino-Burmese Ties under Fire: Red Herring or a Sign of Myanmar Rebalancing?

    21 April 2015. 

    Discussion Meeting
    Hervé Lemahieu
    Research Associate for Political Economy and Security, IISS
    Arundel House, London
    Tuesday 21 April 2015

  • 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

    France 24: Where do the anti-FARC camp raids leave the peace process?

    16 April 2015.  Interview with Antonio Sampaio, Research Associate for Security and Development

  • 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.

  • Expert Commentary

    Foreign Affairs: who Lost Libya?

    15 April 2015.  Obama’s Intervention in Retrospect Foreign Affairs May/June 2015

  • IISS Voices

    Hebatalla Taha: The power struggle in Yemen and its paradoxical alliances

    14 April 2015.  A full-blown civil war erupted in Yemen when the Houthis marched to Aden on 22 March, sparking confrontations with southern militias. The war is essentially a power struggle between the Houthis, allied with former president Ali Abdullah Saleh and President Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi, supported by various Yemeni militias, but several paradoxical alliances reflect the complex and multi-factional nature of this conflict.

  • News

    The power struggle in Yemen and its paradoxical alliances

    14 April 2015.  A full-blown civil war erupted in Yemen when the Houthis marched to Aden on 22 March, sparking confrontations with southern militias. The war is essentially a power struggle between the Houthis, allied with former president Ali Abdullah Saleh and President Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi, supported by various Yemeni militias, but several paradoxical alliances reflect the complex and multi-factional nature of this conflict.

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