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Ongoing rivalries between members of the Gulf Cooperation Council make it an ineffective player in the region’s security
Peter Albrecht and Paul Jackson
While security-sector reform in Sierra Leone is often held up as a success story, it offers important lessons on the limits of state-building
In cancelling South Stream in exchange for a deal with Turkey, Russia is attempting to maintain the economic benefits of a share of the European gas market whilst steering clear of the sticky political issues that accompany it.
Nuclear capability for the UK has more to do with international status and influence than with direct security.
As the submarines that launch the UK’s nuclear missiles approaches the end of their operational life, what does the future hold for Britain’s nuclear capability?
Stopping Iran from achieving nuclear capability is a good thing – not least because failure to do so will spawn a nuclear race throughout the region.