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    Music of the Islamic State

    30 January 2018.  Anashid – Islamic a cappella songs – figure prominently in the propaganda-consumption habits of the 17 jihadists who have caused casualties in the United States since 2013.

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    Survival: Global Politics and Strategy February–March 2018

    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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    Noteworthy

    20 November 2017.  In the December–January issue, Hal Brands argues that Donald Trump is damaging the core values that constitute effective US global leadership; Erik Jones examines the threat posed to democracy by identity politics following the Catalan referendum; Richard G. Whitman discusses the potential impact of a ‘hard Brexit’ on foreign policy; Nelly Lahoud considers the future of the Islamic State as a non-territorial entity; Ian Anthony warns that abandoning the INF...

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    European Security after the INF Treaty

    20 November 2017.  Losing the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty could lead to destabilising changes in American, Russian and European forces and doctrines.

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    How Will the Islamic State Endure?

    20 November 2017.  The Islamic State after the caliphate may yet inspire more and increasing violence.

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    War in Ukraine: Is This the Way It Ends?

    20 November 2017.  Russia, Ukraine and the West may finally be groping for a way to dial down the violence in eastern Ukraine.

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    The Unexceptional Superpower: American Grand Strategy in the Age of Trump

    20 November 2017.  President Donald Trump is taking aim at many of the core ideas and practices that have made the United States such an effective global leader.

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    The End of Cyber Norms

    20 November 2017.  This summer, a nearly seven-year process to write the rules that should guide state activity in cyberspace came to a halt.

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    Catalonia and the Problem of Identity Politics

    20 November 2017.  Leaders can harvest great rewards by appealing to narrow identities, but only at the expense of long-term stability.

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    Cold War in East Asia?

    20 November 2017.  Even if the United States and China are not in a global ideological competition, ideas and doctrines have weight.

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