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    Measuring Military Cyber Power

    17 July 2017.  Understanding how and why cyber capabilities are developed and deployed is becoming a critical element in determining the power dynamics between states.

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    Disarmament Diplomacy and the Nuclear Ban Treaty

    17 July 2017.  A little-noticed phrase agreed by the 2010 Non-Proliferation Treaty review conference laid the foundation for a surprisingly successful effort to achieve a legal prohibition on nuclear weapons.

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    Brief Notices

    17 July 2017.  Russia and Eurasia
    Asia-Pacific
    Politics and International Relations

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    Book Reviews

    17 July 2017.  Russia and Eurasia Angela Stent
    Asia-Pacific Lanxin Xiang
    Politics and International Relations Gilles Andréani

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    The Black Bonaparte

    17 July 2017.  Philippe Girard’s exhaustively researched book, Toussaint Louverture: A Revolutionary Life, is a reminder that even the greatest among us reflect the constraints of our own times.

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    The Iron Wall Logic of Israel’s Space Programme

    17 July 2017.  Israel’s space programme both provides tangible capabilities to deal with security threats and projects a message of national might.

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    Poland’s Foreign-Policy Turn

    17 July 2017.  The new Poland is no longer an engine of European integration, nor does it seem to value its relationships with Germany and France.

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    US Detention Policy Towards ISIS: Between a Rock and a Hard Place

    17 July 2017.  The United States’ resort to torture in responding to past terrorist threats raises questions about how the country will deal with captured members of the Islamic State.

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    Rollback?

    17 July 2017.  President Trump’s totalising claims about the threat from Iran are not just analytically flawed but lead to dangerous policy objectives.

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    Noteworthy

    17 July 2017.  In the August–September issue, Daniel Deudney and G. John Ikenberry argue that the Iraq War was the product of foreign-policy realism, not liberalism; Nigel Inkster asks how military cyber power might be measured; Douglas Barrie examines Russia’s deployment of a ground-launched cruise missile in violation of the INF Treaty; Brad Roberts explores approaches to strategic stability under the Obama and Trump administrations; William C. Potter traces the diplomatic route to...

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