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Given the threat posed by state and non-state actors, ballistic-missile defence could help protect the UK's vital national interests in the coming decades
Peter Roberts and Andrew Hardie
Deterrence remains a useful concept so long as policy-makers account for the changing nature of warfare in the twenty-first century
Edited by Jonathan Eyal, Michito Tsuruoka, Edward Schwarck
There are opportunities for policy-makers in both London and Tokyo to strengthen the Japan–UK relationship
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 impact is expected.
The detonation of a North Korean nuclear bomb is an attempt to dictate the future of the Korean peninsula on its own terms.