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    Russia and China: A New Model of Great-Power Relations

    26 January 2017.  By accommodating each other’s strategic interests, Russia and China have achieved an effective partnership despite significant imbalances between them.

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    Innovation and Adaptation in Jihadist Digital Security

    25 January 2017.  Online discussions among jihadists depict a community that is alert to changes both in the technology and the laws and policies of its adversaries.

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    Putinism, Populism and the Defence of Liberal Democracy

    25 January 2017.  Although Russia is a contributor to and beneficiary of the current illiberal surge, its causes lie within democratic countries, and solutions must be found at home.

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    Noteworthy

    25 January 2017.  In the February–March 2016 issue, Olga Oliker considers the relationship between Putinism and the rise of illiberal regimes around the world; Samuel Charap, John Drennan and Pierre Noël analyse the bilateral relationship between China and Russia; Nelly Lahoud asks whether the Islamic State is preparing to recruit female soldiers; Aaron Brantly discusses the ways in which jihadists approach digital security and technological innovation; Michael Fischerkeller proposes a framework for incorporating...

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    The Colombian Peace Process: Trial and Error

    25 January 2017.  To satisfy popular demands for justice, while advancing the long quest for an enduring peace, the Colombian government must learn from past mistakes.

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    Incorporating Offensive Cyber Operations into Conventional Deterrence Strategies

    25 January 2017.  Cyber capabilities, whether used alone or in combination with other military tools, offer an opportunity to influence an adversary’s decision-making.

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    The Logic of Banning Nuclear Weapons

    25 January 2017.  If the international community is ever going to get rid of nuclear weapons, it must start by clearly rejecting them.

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    Can Women Be Soldiers of the Islamic State?

    25 January 2017.  With a small number of high-profile exceptions, the Islamic State’s women are expected to be the enablers, not the agents, of jihad.

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    America’s Path from Malaise to Primacy

    25 January 2017.  Hal Brands’s Making the Unipolar Moment is a breath of fresh air on a topic politicised, or as often romanticised, for far too long.

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    Book Reviews

    25 January 2017.  Deterrence and Arms Control Jeffrey Lewis
    Russia and Eurasia Angela Stent
    Asia-Pacific Lanxin Xiang

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