12 Jan 2015
Challenges for European Foreign Policy in 2015
Author: Pedro Solbes, Giovanni Grevi, Luis Simón, Neil Melvin, Andrew Small, Gauri Khandekar, Jos Boonstra, Daniel Keohane, Walter Posch, Diba Nigar Göksel, Ana Echagüe, Kristina Kausch
This text examines the near-term strategies different countries have adopted to cope with socio-political instability, and what these strategies might mean for the EU's foreign policy.
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The Nuclear Weapons Comeback
Author: Oliver Thränert
Center for Security Studies (CSS)
This commentary argues that doctrinal discussions on nuclear warfare are both evolving and growing in importance in countries such as Russia, China, Pakistan and India.
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Southeast Asia in 2015
Author: Shankari Sundararaman
Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies (IPCS)
This paper looks at some of the main political and foreign relations issues that could affect countries and regional institutions in Southeast Asia in 2015, with a particular focus on those relating to democracy.
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26 Nov 2014
Central Asia-Caucasus Analyst, Vol 16, No 22
Author: Valeriy Dzutsev, Richard Weitz, Sudha Ramachandran, John C K Daly, Arslan Sabyrbekov, Mina Muradova, Eka Janashia, Oleg Salimov
Central Asia-Caucasus Institute and Silk Road Studies Program (CACI-SRSP)
This issue of the Central Asia-Caucasus Analyst includes articles on 1) Russia’s preparation of the annexation of the Georgian breakaway region Abkhazia; 2) the new agreement allowing US and NATO forces to stay in Afghanistan beyond 2014; 3) the Indi...
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Let Bygones Be Bygones: The Case for India's Inclusion in APEC
Author: Kevin Carmichael
Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)
This paper discusses the history of India’s exclusion from the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum (APEC) and lays out an argument for why the country should be among the new members to join the group in 2015.
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