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Plans by Joe Biden’s incoming US presidential team to use one European regional cooperation structure as a counterpoint to China’s growing influence are unlikely to prove very effective.
Mutual concerns around China’s assertiveness, as well as economic and diaspora ties, will sustain the positive trajectory of the US–India relationship.
Andrew Rathmell reviews The Dragons and the Snakes: How the West Learned to Fight the Rest, by David Kilcullen.
Throughout a year defined by the global pandemic, racial inequality movements and political polarisation, the US has been in the spotlight as the epicentre of social upheaval and amplification of far-right extremism.
Aniseh Bassiri Tabrizi, Antonio Giustozzi, Michael Stephens, H A Hellyer and Tobias Borck
Our analysts and associate fellows look at what awaits the Biden presidency in the region.
The incoming US administration will have to articulate a new policy towards Russia. This will benefit the entire transatlantic community.
Despite Daesh’s military defeat there remains a significant clash between the US and Turkey about Kurdish-controlled areas in Syria. Should Washington continue to support the Kurds?
Murat Caliskan reviews Modern Political Warfare: Current Practices and Possible Responses, by Linda Robinson et al.
S P MacKenzie
Submariners were carefully selected for tasks based on their ability to perceive their surroundings.