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An analysis of the means the US should employ in its policy towards Iran's nuclear ambitions. A combination of sticks, carrots and diplomacy might serve Washington's aims better than sanctions and...
The Turkish Prime Minister has other constraints to hold him back, for the moment at least.
The UK Government has just launched a consultation on the use of War Powers and the Royal Perogative.
The NATO mission in Afghanistan has been constantly beleaguered by a civil- military divide. The challenge now is to build up civilian capacity so that they can take the reins.
The European Security Programme looks into the implications of the upcoming Libson Treaty in the field of security and defence.
Just as Petraeus's strategy for combating the instability and insecurity in Iraq is beginning to have positive effect, two problems are emerging which could make his task in Iraq more difficult.
In the early hours of 19 October 2007 in the port city of Karachi blasts intended to assassinate the returning leader of the Pakistan’s Peoples Party, Benazir Bhutto, killed 130 people.
The return of Benzir Bhutto and her attempted assasination suggest a turbulent period for Pakistani stability
The attack marks beyond any doubt seepage between Pakistan’s political and security woes. Serious doubts must now shroud the practical feasibility of Pakistan holding its parliamentary elections in...
Progress over the cross-strait issue can only proceed with new thinking from Beijing; the current offer has been heard before.