• GSR

    A New Cold War in Asia?

    21 September 2014. 

    Global Stratgic Review 2014 Fourth Plenary Session
    Eric Li, Chairman, Chengwei Capital; Member of the Council, IISS  
    Sarah Raine, Consulting Senior Fellow for Geo-Economics and Security, IISS 
    Ichita Yamamoto, former Minister in charge of Ocean Policy and Territorial Issues, Japan

  • GSR

    A New Cold War in Asia? Plenary Discussion

    21 September 2014. 

    Global Stratgic Review 2014 Fourth Plenary Session
    Eric Li, Chairman, Chengwei Capital; Member of the Council, IISS  
    Sarah Raine, Consulting Senior Fellow for Geo-Economics and Security, IISS 
    Ichita Yamamoto, former Minister in charge of Ocean Policy and Territorial Issues, Japan

  • GSR

    A New Cold War in Asia? Ichita Yamamoto

    21 September 2014. 

    Global Stratgic Review 2014 Fourth Plenary Session
    Ichita Yamamoto, former Minister in charge of Ocean Policy and Territorial Issues, Japan

  • GSR

    Iran: Towards an Endgame?

    20 September 2014. 

    Global Strategic Review 2014 Second Plenary Session
    Seyed Hossein Mousavian, Former Head, Foreign Relations Committee, Supreme National Security Council, Iran,  
    Professor Ghassan Salamé, Dean, Paris School of International Affairs, Sciences Po; Member of the Council, IISS
    Dr Gary Samore Former White House Coordinator for Arms Control and Weapons of Mass Destruction

  • GSR

    Iran -Towards an Endgame: Gary Samore

    20 September 2014. 

    Global Strategic Review 2014 Second Plenary Session
    Dr Gary Samore Former White House Coordinator for Arms Control and Weapons of Mass Destruction

  • GSR

    Iran -Towards an Endgame:Plenary Discusson

    20 September 2014. 

    Global Strategic Review 2014 Second Plenary Session
    Seyed Hossein Mousavian, Former Head, Foreign Relations Committee, Supreme National Security Council, Iran,  
    Professor Ghassan Salamé, Dean, Paris School of International Affairs, Sciences Po; Member of the Council, IISS
    Dr Gary Samore Former White House Coordinator for Arms Control and Weapons of Mass Destruction

  • EU Non Proliferation and Disarmament Conference

    Proliferation Challenges in Northeast Asia and South Asia

    04 September 2014. 

    EU Non-Proliferation and Disarmament Conference 2014 Special Session 8
    Chair: Giorgio Franceschini, Research Associate, PRIF/HSFK
    Målfrid Braut-Hegghammer, Assistant Professor, Norwegian Defence University College
    Changsu Kim, Senior Research Fellow, Korea Institute for Defense Analyses
    Hirofumi Tosaki, Senior Research Fellow, Center for the Promotion of Disarmament and Non-Proliferation, Japan Institute of International Affairs

  • EU Non Proliferation and Disarmament Conference

    Furthering the Goal of a WMD-Free Zone in the Middle East

    04 September 2014. 

    EU Non-Proliferation and Disarmament Conference 2014 Special Session 4
    Chair: Patricia Lewis, Research Director, International Security Department, Chatham House
    Hannu Kyröläinen, Deputy Facilitator of the Helsinki Conference, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland
    Hassan Elbahtimy, Research Associate, Department of War Studies, King's College London
    Mustafa Kibaroglu, Faculty Member, Department of Political Science and International Relations, MEF University, Turkey

  • Expert Commentary

    Joint US-Korea Academic Studies: What to Do about North Korea

    29 August 2014.  By Mark Fitzpatrick, Director, Non-Proliferation and Disarmament Programme  North Korea is the world’s most troublesome country, brutal at home and a bully abroad. In 2013 it became even more dangerous, both to its neighbors and to its own people. Most worrisome are the nuclear weapons that Pyongyang sees as vital for the preservation of the regime. Although North Korea seems intent on never trading them away for economic or political benefits...

  • Politics and Strategy

    Mark Fitzpatrick: Survival article on eliminating nuclear weapons eliminates author’s job

    01 August 2014.  The best Survival article with which I have been associated is James E. Doyle’s powerful piece, ‘Why Eliminate Nuclear Weapons?’, in the February–March 2013 edition. It also turned out to be the most troublesome – for the author. I did not agree with everything Jim wrote; I believe that nuclear deterrence has played a key role in keeping the peace between major powers. But he offers strong arguments for why...

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