• Survival

    Resisting Impunity for Chemical-Weapons Attacks

    20 March 2018.  A new, French-led partnership to hold perpetrators of chemical-weapons attacks to account arrives not a moment too soon.

  • Survival

    Sanctions After Brexit

    20 March 2018.  The future of joint UK–EU work on sanctions faces substantial risk.

  • Survival

    American Military Superiority and the Pacific-Primacy Myth

    20 March 2018.  The claim that the United States seeks primacy – a concept distinct from military superiority – in the Asia-Pacific is fundamentally wrong.

  • Survival

    Book Reviews

    20 March 2018.  United States David C. Unger
    Politics and International Relations Gilles Andréani
    Middle East Ray Takeyh

  • Survival

    Brief Notices

    20 March 2018.  United States
    Politics and International Relations
    Middle East

  • Survival

    Iran and Saudi Arabia in the Age of Trump

    20 March 2018.  The Trump administration’s ambiguous Middle East policy is destabilising an already volatile region.

  • Survival

    Survival: Global Politics and Strategy April–May 2018

    20 March 2018.  In the April–May issue, Ricardo Soares de Oliveira and Harry Verhoeven explore how military intervention has become a component of African state sovereignty; Bruno Tertrais contends that Russia’s nuclear policy is more of a political threat than a military one; Heather Williams analyses the US Nuclear Posture Review; Matthew Harries argues that the United States seems uncertain it can deter weaker adversaries; Paul Meyer and Tom Sauer assess the significance...

  • Survival

    Pakistan’s Tactical Nuclear Weapons: Practical Drawbacks and Opportunity Costs

    30 January 2018.  It is worth asking whether short-range, low-yield nuclear weapons really serve Pakistan’s interests.

  • Survival

    The Nuclear Ban Treaty: A Legal Analysis

    30 January 2018.  The Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons is not a viable legal vehicle for disarmament, does not establish international legal norms and might harm non-proliferation.

  • Survival

    Noteworthy

    30 January 2018.  In the February–March issue, Aaron L. Friedberg argues that China’s economic strategy involves hedging against the West while enhancing its leverage over others; Gordon Barrass and Nigel Inkster analyse Xi Jinping’s strategic vision; Mark Fitzpatrick warns against abandoning the Iran nuclear deal; Ben Barry asks whether Pakistan’s tactical nuclear weapons serve the country’s interests; Elisabeth Marteu examines how Israel is facing the jihadi threat; Daniel Byman considers how the US...

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