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Global Politics and Strategy
By François Heisbourg
The analogy between the US president and German emperor works because of similar institutional and international realities, and because personality matters.
By Hans Mouritzen
In a multipolar world with weak institutions, and where the alternative can be chaos and war, Finlandisation is better than its reputation.
By Jonathan Stevenson
The new US national security advisor’s effectiveness will depend on President Donald Trump’s whim.
Also featuring Ash Carter, Wolfram Lacher and Jonathan Stevenson.
If threatened, nations with a smaller arsenal may be the most apt to use nuclear weapons.
Sending Jared Kushner to meet with North Korea’s recalcitrant leader Kim Jong-un could be a rare diplomatic game changer, argues...
When it comes to the art of exerting influence without using armed violence, China has the advantage.
Disarmament, arms control and non-proliferation have distinct meanings, as well as policy implications.
By Alexey Arbatov
The deep strategic differences between the United States and Russia, and the origins of those differences, have never been properly understood by either side.
By Robert Ayson and Manjeet S. Pardesi
Military coercion has already changed the Asia-Pacific region.
By Nina Kollars
When it comes to creating new battlefield concepts and capabilities, buying cutting-edge machines is not enough.
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