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    The Rise of Arab Air Power

    After decades of irrelevance, are the air forces of the Arab world on the mend? Florence Gaub has no doubts. The strategic threat posed by Iran has prompted a number of Arab states to overhaul and expand their air arms. More

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    Kazakhstan's Deepening Ties with Europe

    Will an updated Partnership and Cooperation Agreement enhance Kazakhstan’s ties with the European Union? Nicklas Noring thinks so. However, Brussels will have to upgrade Kazakhstan’s status as a ‘priority nation’ if it hopes to exploit the relationship’s full potential. More

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    Choosing the Next UN leader Should Not Be Left to Three People

    Edward Mortimer doesn’t want the UN General Assembly to appoint Ban Ki-moon’s successor. As he sees it, it’s time to introduce a fair and transparent application process that won’t be colored by the vested interests of the UN’s most powerful actors. More

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    Rising Powers and the African Security Landscape

    Brazil, China, India and South Africa continue to make their presence felt across Africa. Today, Elling Tjønneland and his colleagues both review and analyze how these emerging powers are influencing the continent’s security landscape. More

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    Our featured partner this week is YaleGlobal Online, which is a publication produced by the Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale University. The latter is located in New Haven, Connecticut. More


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Iran's Strategic Penetration of Latin America

In this video, Joseph Humire discusses his edited text, "Iran's Strategic Penetration of Latin America," which examines the inroads Tehran has made in the region and how it might impact US interests there. More on «Iran's Strategic Penetration of Latin America»

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26 Nov 2014 Security Watch

The Rise of Arab Air Power

After decades of irrelevance, are the air forces of the Arab world on the mend? Florence Gaub has no doubts. The strategic threat posed by Iran has prompted a number of Arab states to overhaul and expand their air arms. More on «The Rise of Arab Air Power»


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26 Nov 2014 Security Watch

Kazakhstan's Deepening Ties with Europe

Will an updated Partnership and Cooperation Agreement enhance Kazakhstan’s ties with the European Union? Nicklas Noring thinks so. However, Brussels will have to upgrade Kazakhstan’s status as a ‘priority nation’ if it hopes to exploit the relationship’s full potential. More on «Kazakhstan's Deepening Ties with Europe»


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26 Nov 2014ISN Blog

Choosing the Next UN leader Should Not Be Left to Three People

Edward Mortimer doesn’t want the UN General Assembly to appoint Ban Ki-moon’s successor. As he sees it, it’s time to introduce a fair and transparent application process that won’t be colored by the vested interests of the UN’s most powerful actors. More on «Choosing the Next UN leader Should Not Be Left to Three People»


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Oct 2014 Publications

Rising Powers and the African Security Landscape

Brazil, China, India and South Africa continue to make their presence felt across Africa. Today, Elling Tjønneland and his colleagues both review and analyze how these emerging powers are influencing the continent’s security landscape. More on «Rising Powers and the African Security Landscape»


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