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Global Politics and Strategy
By Gordon Barrass
The 1983 war scare was less frightening than many have claimed. Nevertheless, the Able Archer episode offers lessons on dealing with situations of great tension.
By Dana H. Allin
In his closing argument, Dana H. Allin argues that the United States – and with it, the world – is entering terra incognita with the first overtly illiberal candidate to be elected president since the Second World War.
By Ash Carter
The United States does not seek a new cold war with Russia. But the United States will defend its allies and partners, and the principled international order.
Also featuring Gordon Barrass, Lora Saalman, Emile Hokayem and David B. Roberts.
Donald Trump recently tweeted that North Korea will not finish development of a nuclear missile capable of reaching the United...
Iran's behaviour on a number of fronts is unpalatable to the United States. But a policy of regime change is...
The Italian electorate delivered a stunning blow to PM Matteo Renzi and his government in the referendum held on 4...
After presidential elections, a habitual Washington parlour game calls for assessing the incoming administration’s policies before they have been announced...
By Jennifer M. Harris
Trade is not dead, but it does need some basic rethinking. Negotiations on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership offer an opportunity to do so.
By Lora Saalman
China is moving towards a 'Russian' view of hybrid and proxy warfare – particularly in cyberspace.
By Emile Hokayem and David B. Roberts
The Yemen intervention has ushered in a new era in the Gulf's security discourse and, perhaps, praxis.
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