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'The new norm': Diplomat says Canada may need to get used to being alone on world stage
There is no winner in the Saudi-Canada spat
Toronto shooting: Isis claims responsibility for attack which killed two people and wounded 13
NATO’s latest data reveals important new trends in patterns of defence spending across the Alliance that have occurred since Russia’s 2014 intervention in Ukraine.
Charlie de Rivaz
The newly elected president of Colombia may end up scuppering a deal which, despite its problems, could be the country’s best chance for prolonged peace.
Huw Dylan reviews Beyond Snowden: Privacy, Mass Surveillance, and the Struggle to Reform the NSA, by Timothy H Edgar.
Aniseh Bassiri Tabrizi
For the moment, Iran is biding its time in response to US President Donald Trump’s decision to decertify its nuclear deal with key governments. But Tehran’s patience won’t last long.
Albert B Wolf
For all the Sturm und Drang over the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) with Iran, neither side has answered the crucial question the Trump administration faces if it abrogates the deal: ‘And then what?’
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.
Benjamin Zyla reviews From Kinshasa to Kandahar: Canada and Fragile States in Historical Perspective, edited by Michael K Carroll and Greg Donaghy.
Trevor Taylor reviews How Everything Became War and the Military Became Everything: Tales from the Pentagon, by Rosa Brooks.
Arthur I Cyr
Arthur I Cyr reviews American Foreign Policy and its Thinkers, by Perry Anderson.
Professor Stanley R. Sloan will discuss his latest book, Transatlantic traumas: Has illiberalism brought the West to the brink of collapse?, which examines the external threats and internal...
RUSI hosted a conversation with Jane Harman, Director, President and CEO, Woodrow Wilson Center and former US representative for California's 36th congressional district.
The 1958 Mutual Defence Agreement (MDA) that provides the foundation for ongoing UK-US nuclear warhead collaboration is due to be reviewed and possibly extended this year. UK PONI will host two...
The United Kingdom, United States, and France are approaching a time at which important, but difficult decisions will have to be taken over the future of their national nuclear deterrents. Just as...
North Korea’s nuclear programme: How worried should we be?
Is US Cyber Command preparing to become the 6th branch of the military?