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    Survival: Global Politics and Strategy December 2016-January 2017

    21 November 2016.  In the December 2015–January 2016 issue, Gordon Barrass revisits the story of Able Archer 83; Ash Carter explains the United States’ developing policy towards Russia; Jennifer Harris urges a geopolitical approach to TTIP; Hal Brands and Peter Feaver question the current assumptions governing US grand strategy; Lora Saalman identifies the lessons China has drawn from the Ukraine crisis; Richard Hooker explores the role of American airpower in modern war; Emile...

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    Survival: Global Politics and Strategy October–November 2016

    12 September 2016.  In the October–November issue of Survival, Anatol Lieven depicts Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump as inheritors of two traditions of American nationalism; Nigel Inkster investigates suspected Russian hacking of the Democratic National Committee; Kori Schake explores the post-Trump future of Republican foreign policy; Mark Fitzpatrick revisits the debate over American nuclear weapons in Turkey; Sophia Besch and James Black explores early consequences of the Brexit; Pierre Noël details a structural...

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    Survival: Global Politics and Strategy August–September 2016

    11 July 2016.  In the August–September issue of Survival, Kristin Ven Bruusgaard examines Russia’s approach to strategic deterrence; James E. Doyle critiques US plans to modernise the country’s nuclear arsenal; Noel Anderson explains why al-Shabaab remains active in Somalia despite suffering defeats on the battlefield; David C. Gompert and Bruce H. Stover explore the prospect of building a Sino-US energy relationship; James Ker-Lindsay warns of the potential consequences of state death due to...

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    Survival: Global Politics and Strategy June–July 2016

    20 May 2016.  In the June–July 2016 issue of Survival, Lawrence Freedman, François Heisbourg, Nigel Inkster, Matthew Harries and Erik Jones debate Brexit; Lanxin Xiang and Christian Dargnat analyse Xi Jinping’s dreams of China’s future; Aaron Arnold warns of the costs of financial sanctions; Andrea Berger and Denny Roy address the problem of North Korea; Sarah Percy and Ryan D. Martinson discuss crime and provocation at sea; Brian G. Carlson assesses the prospects...

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    Survival: Global Politics and Strategy
    April–May 2016

    15 March 2016.  In the April–May 2016 issue of Survival, Ariel Ahram and Ellen Lust explore the decline and fall of the Arab state; Michael Boyle warns of a coming illiberal order; Stephen Larrabee explores the Kurdish issue; Daniel Fiott suggests paying for NATO defence infrastructure with EU funds; Stephan Frühling and Guillaume Lasconjarias take on NATO’s Kaliningrad problem; Tomasz Paszewski asks if Poland is ready to defend itself; Matthias Matthijs considers German power; Bastian Giegerich and Maximilian Terhalle discuss the Munich consensus; Jonathan Caverley and Ethan Kapstein analyse Asian arms imports; Russell Crandall and Wade Leach contribute a review essay on history and policy; Gilles Andréani, Ray Takeyh, David Unger and H.R. McMaster review recent books; and Dana Allin investigates Donald Trump’s America.

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    Survival: Global Politics and Strategy
    February–March 2016

    19 January 2016. 

    In the February–March 2016 issue of Survival, Thomas Rid and Daniel Moore explore the ‘darknet’; Ben Buchanan sketches the life cycles of cyber threats; Erik Jones considers the problem of Europe’s single market; Nadezhda Arbatova and Alexander Dynkin survey world order after Ukraine; Alexander Lukin considers Russia’s place in a post-bipolar world; Florence Gaub argues that ISIS is best thought of as a cult; Nick Childs measures British naval ambition; William Potter recaps the 2015 NPT Review Conference; Ben Fishman contributes a review essay on ISIS; Bruno Tertrais, Angela Stent and Lanxin Xiang review recent books; and Nigel Inkster argues for the West to come to terms with Chinese power.