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Christina Goulter, Andrew Gordon and Gary Sheffield
Whilst allowing intercept evidence into open court can possibly address existing civil liberty concerns, it could conversely result in a fundamental revision of counter-terror strategy.
The end of ambiguity about Pyongyang's nuclear capacity raises fundamental questions affecting China, the United States, and the future of international non-proliferation strategy. Indirectly, these...
This article appeared in the Autumn 2006 issue of 'Europe's World'
North Korean Crisis: Key US Players
The UN Security Council is certain to impose sanctions on North Korea. But, since these are likely to involve – at least initially – just cutting off trade and diplomatic contacts, no significant...
The detonation of a North Korean nuclear bomb is an attempt to dictate the future of the Korean peninsula on its own terms.
Moderate Conservatism makes wave in Transatlantic Relations
Force Generation Finger Pointing: NATO’s Never Ending Dilemma