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Criticism in Brussels of new US sanctions, which come into effect today, shines a light on the weakness of the EU’s response to Russia.
Huong Le Thu
The Vietnamese prime minister travelled to Washington, DC last month in an attempt to get the Trump administration onside on trade, defence and regional issues.
Peter Roberts and Veerle Nouwens
The Trump administration appears eager to change its position frequently, keeping both friends and adversaries on their toes. The snag is that, at least for the moment, allies are more rattled than potential enemies.
In contrast to earlier predictions, President Donald Trump's policies towards Asia may not radically depart from those of the previous administration.
Berlin has promised that it will meet its 2% NATO spending commitment – but it is going to take some time.
Despite what you may have heard, the latest information dump from Wikileaks is not the most important development in cyber security.
In their determination to prevent a nuclear agreement with Iran, Republican Senators are sacrificing their ability to direct events should negotiations fail.
Analysts at the Royal United Services Institute look ahead at the issues affecting defence and security in 2015.
The shootings in Ottawa confirm that Canada is no longer the exception on the terrorists’ map. The relatively benign security environment of the past has given way to a much more uncertain present
While official footage of air strikes against ISIS targets provide good optics, they are not a reliable in measuring the success of the broader military strategy against the group.
Airstrikes are now underway against jihadists in Syria. As ISIS’ grip weakens, the United States and her allies must work quickly to ensure Assad does not fill the void.
This Whitehall Paper is an examination of the problems facing the US aerospace industry - an industry which has dominated world markets since the Second World War and whose technological and...