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Peter Albrecht and Cathy Haenlein
With Western troop commitments to UN peacekeeping having shrunk since the 1990s, it is vital to understand what motivates poorer states to participate in peacekeeping operations
The White House may have staved off Congressional efforts to impose new sanctions on Iran for now, but at what cost?
China is showing itself to be increasingly open about a possible role in brokering peace in Afghanistan. But the extent to which its actions will coincide with Western priorities should not be overestimated.
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.
America needs a strong India to broaden the world economy, guard a troubled corner, and counter China.
The American redeployment of ever more sophisticated nuclear counter-force capabilities to the Pacific is