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A growing Western habit of linking China and Russia as joint adversaries in various contexts is missing the actual strengths of the relationship, and their varied interests in third locations.
James Byrne, Joe Byrne, and Gary Somerville
This report examines the role that UK companies have in North Korean efforts to evade international sanctions.
Jack Watling and Daniel Roper
This Occasional Paper outlines strategies for integrating European allies with the US Army's Multi-Domain Operations operating concept.
Juliana Suess and Tobias Borck
The meteoric rise of what used to be a single-issue party has the potential to transform Germany’s politics and international posture just as much as the forthcoming election of a new Chancellor.
As a political and military reassurance, a recent NATO exercise in the Baltic region makes sense. But Russia’s real levers of influence over the Baltic states are not military, and NATO may not be the appropriate answer.
NATO’s Trident Juncture 2018 military exercise has served to solidify ties between member states, but the Alliance remains vulnerable in the eventuality of a military confrontation from Russia.
Michael Stephens reviews The Battle for Syria: International Rivalry in the New Middle East, by Christopher Phillips.
Ewan Lawson and Richard Barrons
Western governments will need to adopt new military technologies – and be prepared to pay for them – in order to compete in the Information Age.
Sarah Lain reviews Roots of Russia’s War in Ukraine, by Elizabeth A Wood et al.