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Despite seemingly encouraging signs, the US–Russia relationship is fundamentally unhealthy
Russia’s S-400 missiles can inflict damage, but not stop or defeat Western air strikes against Syria on their own.
Alexander Babuta and James Sullivan
Facebook’s actions to remove content created by the Russia-based Internet Research Agency demonstrate that it is ahead of its competitors in the fight against disinformation. However, this is a...
Chemical weapons' usage in Syria clearly required an immediate and forceful response, but the handling of the aftermath of the targeted CW assassination attempt on Sergei and Yulia Skripal continues...
In 2017, the US launched an ineffective cruise missile attack Syria’s Shayrat airbase in retaliation for a chemical weapons attack. So, what can the Western powers do now to deter the Assad regime...
Whatever one thinks of the extraterritorial financial reach of the US, the Trump administration is showing leadership in the use of financial power. Can the UK follow suit in Europe?
Recent media reports have raised doubts about a post-Brexit Britain’s future access to the EU’s Galileo satellite network. It is imperative this is properly addressed during Brexit negotiations.
Russia’s alleged use of a nerve agent in an attempted assassination of a former intelligence agent in Salisbury provides a good opportunity to look at North Korea’s capabilities in this field.
As Parliament rose for the Easter recess, Prime Minister Theresa May issued a statement announcing the release of the National Security Capability Review.
In 2016, the Global Magnitsky Act was adopted in the US to redress the impunity of human rights abusers and kleptocrats around the world. In the wake of the Salisbury poisonings, would it work for...