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    U.S.-Nordic Defense Industry Cooperation: Adding Value to the Transatlantic Partnership

    Should Europe’s Nordic countries forge a stronger defense-industrial partnership with the United States? Michael Mohr and Erik Brattberg believe so. Closer ties will strengthen Nordic-Baltic defense capabilities, boost regional energy security and enhance the overall security of the Arctic and the rest of Europe. More

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    The Drop in Oil Prices: Economic and Strategic Implications

    If oil prices continue to spiral downward, what will be the economic and strategic results? Not too bad, says Gawdat Bahgat. Consumers will benefit at the expense of producers and, perhaps more controversially, the ‘oil for security’ bargain crafted between Western powers and Middle Eastern suppliers will remain intact. More

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    The Fault Lines in China's New Empire

    Will Xi Jinping’s ‘China Dream’ rejuvenate political and economic relations inside the country and with the rest of the world? Not according to Elizabeth Economy. If anything, his attempts to transform China are encountering the type of resistance that could limit Beijing’s influence in the years ahead. More

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    Reviving the Global Democratic Momentum

    How can the United States and other nations roll back what has been a decade-long democratic recession, if not outright reversal? Larry Diamond insists political reforms must first be accomplished at home, previous successes need to be consolidated further and much more. More

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    European Geostrategy

    Our featured partner this week is "European Geostrategy," which is an online magazine that focuses on European foreign, security and military issues. More


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Venezuela, Brazil and US National Security

In this video, José Cárdenas discusses the possible consequences of Brazil's 2014 Presidential elections and the selection of Venezuela to a rotating seat on the UN Security Council. More on «Venezuela, Brazil and US National Security»

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20 Nov 2014 Security Watch

U.S.-Nordic Defense Industry Cooperation: Adding Value to the Transatlantic Partnership

Should Europe’s Nordic countries forge a stronger defense-industrial partnership with the United States? Michael Mohr and Erik Brattberg believe so. Closer ties will strengthen Nordic-Baltic defense capabilities, boost regional energy security and enhance the overall security of the Arctic and the rest of Europe. More on «U.S.-Nordic Defense Industry Cooperation: Adding Value to the Transatlantic Partnership»


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20 Nov 2014 Security Watch

The Drop in Oil Prices: Economic and Strategic Implications

If oil prices continue to spiral downward, what will be the economic and strategic results? Not too bad, says Gawdat Bahgat. Consumers will benefit at the expense of producers and, perhaps more controversially, the ‘oil for security’ bargain crafted between Western powers and Middle Eastern suppliers will remain intact. More on «The Drop in Oil Prices: Economic and Strategic Implications»


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20 Nov 2014ISN Blog

The Fault Lines in China's New Empire

Will Xi Jinping’s ‘China Dream’ rejuvenate political and economic relations inside the country and with the rest of the world? Not according to Elizabeth Economy. If anything, his attempts to transform China are encountering the type of resistance that could limit Beijing’s influence in the years ahead. More on «The Fault Lines in China's New Empire»


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Oct 2014 Publications

Reviving the Global Democratic Momentum

How can the United States and other nations roll back what has been a decade-long democratic recession, if not outright reversal? Larry Diamond insists political reforms must first be accomplished at home, previous successes need to be consolidated further and much more. More on «Reviving the Global Democratic Momentum»


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European Geostrategy

"European Geostrategy" is an online, debate-centered magazine that focuses on European foreign, security and military issues from a geostrategic standpoint. More on «European Geostrategy»