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With Yemen in crisis, the announcement of a joint Arab military force indicates a new direction for Middle East regional security dynamics.
As part of its comprehensive nuclear forces modernisation programme, Moscow is reviving a powerful and evasive nuclear system which proved a targeting nightmare for NATO during the Cold War
In their determination to prevent a nuclear agreement with Iran, Republican Senators are sacrificing their ability to direct events should negotiations fail.
The 'disappearance' of nuclear weapons, however brief, sat in the realm of fiction, until August 30 that is....
Negotiating on the Edge: North Korean Negotiating Behaviour - by Scott Snyder
is reviewed by John Hemmings
Dramatic pictures of flooding across the UK broadcast over the last few days vividly demonstrate how fragile our people, towns and infrastructure are in the face of unrelenting nature.
The prevailing view that the introduction of ballistic missile defence components in South Asia would destabilize the prevailing nuclear equilibrium between India and Pakistan and lead to an ‘all out’ arms race is flawed.
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?