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Global Politics and Strategy
By Daniel Deudney and G. John Ikenberry
Of the many conventional wisdoms of American foreign policy, none is more misleading than the notion that the Iraq War was a product of liberalism.
By Nigel Inkster
Understanding how and why cyber capabilities are developed and deployed is becoming a critical element in determining the power dynamics between states.
By Charles D. 'Chuck' Freilich
Those blithely advocating Israeli independence from the United States should be careful what they wish for.
Also featuring Isaac Ben Israel, Deganit Paikowsky, Kamil Zwolski and Steven Simon.
Donald Trump’s threats towards North Korea are likely to be counterproductive, warn Mark Fitzpatrick and Michael Elleman.
On the sidelines of the G20 summit in Hamburg, Trump went into his meeting with Putin without a clearly established...
Steven Simon argues that Trump’s view on Iran is not only analytically flawed, but also dangerous.
The recent and successful ICBM test by North Korea demonstrates the urgency of a strategy to prevent further provocations.
By Brad Roberts
The Trump administration must assess how strategic stability, an organising concept for the Obama administration’s strategic policy, might fit with its own guiding principles.
By Elizabeth Grimm Arsenault
The United States faces a dilemma over the treatment of ISIS detainees.
By William C. Potter
The politics that produced the nuclear ban treaty are complex and contested.
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