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From the Strait of Hormuz to the eastern Mediterranean, maritime tensions are pushing European states to expand their use of naval power.
The latest Munich Security Conference hosted a great deal of talk about Europe as a greater strategic player. But for now, as it embarks on a new decade, most of this remains just talk.
They may be a relic of the Cold War, but the Central European embassies which remain in the North Korean capital could boost EU diplomatic power.
Our Research Fellow in proliferation and nuclear policy has just returned from the latest meeting of the Preparatory Committee for the review of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty in an optimistic mood.
A lack of awareness-raising by governments and misinterpretation by the private sector mean efforts to restrict North Korea’s finances are failing.
Russia’s pressure on Georgia continues, both through the gradual seizure of more territory and through massive propaganda campaigns.
North Korea has not been at the top of the agenda of Whitehall’s key policymakers, focused as so many of them are on the immediate challenges of Brexit. This now needs to change.
William Clapton reviews Independent Ally: Australia in an Age of Power Transition, by Shannon Tow.
John Hemmings review China Matters: Getting it Right for Australia by Bates Gill and Linda Jakobson.