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    Survival: Global Politics and Strategy December 2009–January 2010

    01 December 2009. 

    In the December 2009–January 2010 issue of Survival, Daniel Deudney and G. John Ikenberry analyse Russia’s eschewal of the Cold War settlement; John Chipman and James Lockhart Smith discuss security dependence in Latin America; and Rosemary Foot explores the need for further cooperation between Beijing and Washington. Also in the issue: Oliver Thränert on NATO’s nuclear policy, Peter Jones on Middle East security organisation and C. Christine Fair and Seth G. Jones on Pakistani attempts to combat militants.

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    Survival: Global Politics and Strategy October–November 2009

    01 October 2009. 

    In the October–November 2009 issue of Survival, Steven Simon and Jonathan Stevenson examine US escalation in Afghanistan; Steven A. Cook explores ideological dissonance in Turkey; and Margaret Blunden discusses the politics of the Arctic. Also in the issue: Amin Saikal on the Iranian elections; Timo Noetzel and Thomas Rid on Germany and Afghanistan; and Pierre-Henri d’Argenson on European defence.

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    Survival: Global Politics and Strategy August–September 2009

    01 August 2009. 

    In the August–September 2009 issue of Survival, Philipp Rotmann, David Tohn and Jaron Wharton analyse shifts in the Pentagon doctrine and culture; Hew Strachan examines the flaws in British defence policy; and Barak Mendelsohn discusses al-Qaeda’s relationship with Palestine. Also in the issue: David Calleo on President Obama’s first term, Lincoln Mitchell on competing narratives in Georgia and James M. Acton on technological restraint.

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    Survival: Global Politics and Strategy June–July 2009

    01 June 2009. 

    In the June–July 2009 issue of Survival, Nigel Inkster, Robert Whalley, Matthew C. Waxman and Sibylle Scheipers analyse the closing of Guantanamo; Karen J. Greenberg examines the US ‘torture memos’; and Rajan Menon discusses the ambit of Sino-Russian relations. Also in the issue: John R. Schmidt on instability in Pakistan, Alan Dupont and Mark Thirlwell on food security and James Dobbins on post-conflict planning in Iraq.

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    Survival: Global Politics and Strategy April–May 2009

    01 April 2009.  In the April–May 2009 Issue of Survival, Oksana Antonenko and Bastian Giegerich examine shifting Russia-NATO relations; Erik Jones discusses Europe’s economic and monetary union; and Elizabeth Pond analyses recent developments in Serbian politics. Also in the issue: Denny Roy on democracy in China; Christopher S. Chivvis and Thomas Rid on Germany’s Russia policy; and David C. Gompert on Western forces’ handling of insurgency.

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    Survival: Global Politics and Strategy February–March 2009

    01 February 2009. 

    In the February–March 2009 issue of Survival, Hilary Synnott analyses the challenges facing Pakistan; Adam Roberts examines the flaws of traditional counter-insurgency policy; and Pierre Goldschmidt discusses IAEA responses to non-compliance. Also in the issue: Michael Howard on Italy, Rodric Braithwaite on life in Afghanistan and Sibylle Scheipers on closing Guantanamo.