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Russia’s Nuclear Revival and Its Challenges

22 Aug 2014 Security Watch

Russia is slowly but surely replacing its aging stockpile of Soviet-era nuclear weapons with an arsenal that’s fit-for-purpose in the 21st century. Richard Weitz reminds us, however, that a weakening Russian economy and less-than-favorable international climate may yet derail Moscow’s efforts to revive its nuclear prowess. More on «Russia’s Nuclear Revival and Its Challenges»


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El Salvador's Gang Problem: the Truth Behind the Truce

22 Aug 2014 Security Watch

El Salvador’s new government recently declared the two year-old truce between its largest gangs was effectively at an end. Carlos A Rosales warns that negotiations might unravel completely unless San Salvador leads the way in developing a more comprehensive approach to resolving the country’s gang problem once and for all. More on «El Salvador's Gang Problem: the Truth Behind the Truce »


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Some Principles of Cyber Strategy

21 Aug 2014 Security Watch

Although cyberspace has existed for decades, the strategic principles of cyber-warfare have not yet been devised. In beginning to do so, John J. Klein believes that similarities between the cyber and maritime domains suggest that the thought of Sir Julian Corbett should be used as inspiration. More on «Some Principles of Cyber Strategy»