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    Bay of Bengal: a Hotspot for Climate Insecurity

    We can now add climate change to the dangerous mix of security threats facing the Bay of Bengal region, argues Andrew Holland. But the dangers aren’t just confined to the area’s littoral zone. China’s dominance of the Himalayas and Tibetan plateau also complicates the region’s access to fresh water. More

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    NATO on Edge

    How can NATO transform itself into a global security alliance and yet respond to the local challenges posed by a resurgent Russia? In anticipation of the Alliance Summit scheduled for next September, Richard Weitz outlines the steps Brussels needs to take if it wants to be ‘dual capable’. More

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    Kosovo: Time for a Restart between Pristina and the North?

    Kosovo and Serbia may be getting along better but Pristina’s ties with its Serbian-dominated north remain mired in mistrust and suspicion. The CSS’ Matthias Bieri is nevertheless guardedly optimistic. Things could improve quickly if Kosovo’s upcoming parliamentary elections lead to a new government. More

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    The Geopolitical Potential of the US Energy Boom

    Can the United States use natural gas exports as a ‘large weapon’ against Russia? According to the CFR’s Michael Levi, there are obvious economic and security advantages to America’s energy boom, but policymakers should not overestimate what this ‘weapon’ can do. More

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    Harvard International Review (HIR)

    Our featured blogging partner this week is the "Harvard International Review" (HIR), which is an academic magazine which appears quarterly. More


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Asia's Cauldron: The South China Sea and the End of a Stable Pacific

In this video, noted strategist and security analyst Robert Kaplan discusses his book "Asia's Cauldron: The South China Sea and the End of a Stable Pacific," which provides 'a vivid snapshot' of the conflicts brewing in the South China Sea region, the stakeholders involved, and the US's evolving role in the area. More on «Asia's Cauldron: The South China Sea and the End of a Stable Pacific»

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24 Apr 2014 Articles

Bay of Bengal: a Hotspot for Climate Insecurity

We can now add climate change to the dangerous mix of security threats facing the Bay of Bengal region, argues Andrew Holland. But the dangers aren’t just confined to the area’s littoral zone. China’s dominance of the Himalayas and Tibetan plateau also complicates the region’s access to fresh water. More on «Bay of Bengal: a Hotspot for Climate Insecurity»


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24 Apr 2014 Security Watch

NATO on Edge

How can NATO transform itself into a global security alliance and yet respond to the local challenges posed by a resurgent Russia? In anticipation of the Alliance Summit scheduled for next September, Richard Weitz outlines the steps Brussels needs to take if it wants to be ‘dual capable’. More on «NATO on Edge»


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24 Apr 2014ISN Blog

Kosovo: Time for a Restart between Pristina and the North?

Kosovo and Serbia may be getting along better but Pristina’s ties with its Serbian-dominated north remain mired in mistrust and suspicion. The CSS’ Matthias Bieri is nevertheless guardedly optimistic. Things could improve quickly if Kosovo’s upcoming parliamentary elections lead to a new government. More on «Kosovo: Time for a Restart between Pristina and the North?»


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26 Mar 2014 Publications

The Geopolitical Potential of the US Energy Boom

Can the United States use natural gas exports as a ‘large weapon’ against Russia? According to the CFR’s Michael Levi, there are obvious economic and security advantages to America’s energy boom, but policymakers should not overestimate what this ‘weapon’ can do. More on «The Geopolitical Potential of the US Energy Boom»


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The "Harvard International Review" (HIR) is an academic magazine that appears quarterly. More on «Harvard International Review (HIR)»