• Survival

    Survival: Global Politics and Strategy December 2011–January 2012

    01 December 2011. 

    In the December 2011–January 2012 issue of Survival, Alexander Nicoll discusses the fiscal unification of the EU; Richard Burt and Jan Lodal argue for the development of a nuclear control regime; and Volker Perthes examines the implications of the Arab Spring for Europe. Also in the issue: Hans W. Maull on Europe’s decline; Ilan Cooper and Eric Patterson on the morality of force; and W. Alexander Vacca on military attitudes to cyber security.

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    Survival: Global Politics and Strategy October–November 2011

    01 October 2011. 

    In the October–November 2011 issue of Survival, Christian Le Mière analyses the importance of gunboat diplomacy to East Asia; Sarah Raine discusses China’s maritime territorial disputes; and Jasper Pandza explores the options for dealing with nuclear terrorism. Also in the issue: Daniel Deudney and Hanns W. Maull on Britain, France and the UN Security Council; Elizabeth Pond on China’s rural economy; and Malou Innocent on US efforts to shape Afghan social practices.

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    Survival: Global Politics and Strategy August–September 2011

    01 August 2011. 

    In the August–September 2011 issue of Survival, C. Christine Fair analyses Pakistan’s reliance on Lashkar-e-Tayiba; Safa Rasul al-Sheikh and Emma Sky discuss Iraq since 2003; and Masahiro Matsumura explores issues surrounding the relocation of the American base on Okinawa. Also in the issue: James Dobbins and James Shinn on guidelines for a peace process in Afghanistan; Seth G. Jones on the threat of terrorism from Pakistan; and F. Stephen Larrabee and Gonul Tol on Kurdish concerns in Turkey.

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    Survival: Global Politics and Strategy June–July 2011

    01 June 2011. 

    The June–July issue includes articles on the Middle East after bin Laden's death by Nigel Inkster, Jonathan Stevenson, and Barak Mendelson. Masahiro Matsumura and Bruno Tertrais look back at the Fukushima nuclear disaster; Bruce Jones, Saskia van Genugten, and Anand Menon discuss the war for Libya; and Michael Chase, Ian Bremmer, and John Gans, Jr. cover the role of the US in the international arena.

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    Survival: Global Politics and Strategy April–May 2011

    01 April 2011. 

    In the April–May 2011 issue of Survival, the regional and international implications of the movement referred to as the Arab Spring are discussed by Emile Hokayem, Elham Fakhro, Marc Lynch, Ibrahim A. Karawan, Alanoud Al Sharekh, Lina Khatib, Jeffrey Mazo, Sarah Johnstone, Richard Whelan and Mamoun Fandy.

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    Survival: Global Politics and Strategy February–March 2011

    01 February 2011. 

    In the February–March 2011 issue of Survival, James Farwell and Rafal Rohozinski examine Stuxnet’s strategic importance; Alexander Klimburg discusses cyber power; and François Heisbourg explores the impact of WikiLeaks on diplomatic communications.