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    The Future of British Foreign & Defence Policy: a Case for a Maritime Focus

    Should Great Britain’s next Strategic Defence and Security Review concentrate on combating terrorism and the instability that feeds it? Not according to Simon Williams. What the review really needs to do is concentrate on maritime issues and help plan for a strong and flexible navy. More

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    After “AfPak”: Reframing Europe’s Pakistan Policy

    Is it time for the EU to stop viewing Pakistan through the prism of Afghanistan? Yes, says Angela Stanzel. Brussels’ misperceptions are keeping it from keeping pace with developments inside the country. More

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    Benny Wenda: “West Papuans are living in a prison”

    Is Indonesia a responsible democracy that is supported by a benign military? Mischa Wilmers thinks we should ask the exiled leader of the Free West Papua Movement about Jakarta’s policies towards this restive province, and about the security forces assigned to implement them. More

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    A Succesful NATO Summit? Proof Will Be in the Pudding

    Was the recent NATO Wales Summit a success? Stanley Sloan thinks that mounting tensions with Russia and the threat posed by the Islamic State yielded an impressive set of agreements. The all too familiar question, however, is whether the Alliance's members are willing to pay for them. More

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    The Potential for Gulf Energy Integration

    Should the member states of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) further integrate their oil, gas and power generating activities? Giacomo Luciani believes so, but with a caveat -- don't expect this step to happen anytime soon. More

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    Foreign Policy Research Institute (FPRI)

    Our featured partner this week is the Foreign Policy Research Institute (FPRI), which is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. More


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Project Alpha's Work to Understand and Counter Illicit Proliferation-related Trade

In this video, Ian Stewart, who runs Project Alpha at King's College London, looks at how illicit nuclear goods get from manufacturers to suppliers to users, as in the cases of Iran and China. Stewart also discusses the efforts of national governments and the UN to counter the proliferation of illicit materials. More on «Project Alpha's Work to Understand and Counter Illicit Proliferation-related Trade »

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18 Sep 2014 Security Watch

The Future of British Foreign & Defence Policy: a Case for a Maritime Focus

Should Great Britain’s next Strategic Defence and Security Review concentrate on combating terrorism and the instability that feeds it? Not according to Simon Williams. What the review really needs to do is concentrate on maritime issues and help plan for a strong and flexible navy. More on «The Future of British Foreign & Defence Policy: a Case for a Maritime Focus»


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18 Sep 2014 Security Watch

After “AfPak”: Reframing Europe’s Pakistan Policy

Is it time for the EU to stop viewing Pakistan through the prism of Afghanistan? Yes, says Angela Stanzel. Brussels’ misperceptions are keeping it from keeping pace with developments inside the country. More on «After “AfPak”: Reframing Europe’s Pakistan Policy»


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18 Sep 2014ISN Blog

Benny Wenda: “West Papuans are living in a prison”

Is Indonesia a responsible democracy that is supported by a benign military? Mischa Wilmers thinks we should ask the exiled leader of the Free West Papua Movement about Jakarta’s policies towards this restive province, and about the security forces assigned to implement them. More on «Benny Wenda: “West Papuans are living in a prison”»


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18 Sep 2014ISN Blog

A Succesful NATO Summit? Proof Will Be in the Pudding

Was the recent NATO Wales Summit a success? Stanley Sloan thinks that mounting tensions with Russia and the threat posed by the Islamic State yielded an impressive set of agreements. The all too familiar question, however, is whether the Alliance's members are willing to pay for them. More on «A Succesful NATO Summit? Proof Will Be in the Pudding»


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Aug 2014 Publications

The Potential for Gulf Energy Integration

Should the member states of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) further integrate their oil, gas and power generating activities? Giacomo Luciani believes so, but with a caveat -- don't expect this step to happen anytime soon. More on «The Potential for Gulf Energy Integration»


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The Foreign Policy Research Institute (FPRI) works to bring scholarly insights to bear on policies that advance US national interests. More on «Foreign Policy Research Institute (FPRI)»