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The Annual Review of World Affairs
Persistent challenges to international security dominated world affairs in the year to mid-2015. Strategic Survey 2015: The Annual Review of World Affairs analyses the events of the year.
In this new section, IISS experts seek to highlight developments and themes that have the potential to drive strategic change in individual regions, and in the world as a whole.
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'Strategic unease is the defining feature of the international security climate' said IISS CEO Dr John Chipman at the launch of Strategic Survey 2015, the IISS Annual Review of World Affairs.
The Strategic Geography section from Strategic Survey 2015 contains vital data in map form on key issues such as China’s growing foreign investments, the increasing complexity of crises in Syria and Iraq and migrant flows across the Mediterranean.
In this new section, IISS experts seek to highlight developments and themes that have the
potential to drive strategic change in individual regions, and in the world as a whole.
Strategic Survey 2015 contains special essays on changes in the oil market, Russia’s efforts at military modernisation, and global moves to combat climate change.
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