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Global Politics and Strategy
By James Fromson and Steven Simon
ISIS’s four principal manifestations – as a guerrilla army, Sunni political movement, millenarian cult and administrator of territory – suggest a strategy against it: aggressive containment.
By Michael Krepon
Stability has been the holy grail of deterrence strategists since the outset of the US–Soviet nuclear-arms competition. This prize has been elusive because nuclear weapons are not stabilising.
By Paul Cornish
At the heart of the cyber-governance problem is a fundamental disagreement over the relevance and significance of state sovereignty.
This issue includes articles on by James Fromson, Steven Simon, Michael Krepon and Paul Cornish.
In the June–July issue of Survival, Aaron L. Friedberg, Princeton professor and former Deputy Assistant for National Security Affairs in...
When negotiators in Lausanne on 2 April reached a framework for a comprehensive deal on the Iran nuclear issue, they...
One of the arguments most often raised against the emerging Iran nuclear deal is that it will prompt a proliferation...
Last week, my SAIS colleague Filippo Taddei gave an interview to a Bloomberg journalist about the Greek crisis in which...
By Aaron L. Friedberg
The United States should pursue a strategy towards China that combines continued attempts at engagement with expanded and intensified balancing.
By Pierre Hassner
Four recent books show the need for a more systematic link between the abstract foundations and everyday life of human rights.
By Mark Fitzpatrick
The Lausanne accord buys time, but will be only one step in a long process of neutralising Iran’s nuclear challenge.
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