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HMS Daring in the South China Sea
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The Future of British Foreign & Defence Policy: a Case for a Maritime Focus

18 Sep 2014 Security Watch

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»


Pakistani Forces, courtesy of  Al Jazeera English
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After “AfPak”: Reframing Europe’s Pakistan Policy

18 Sep 2014 Security Watch

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, including Islamabad’s growing role in shaping the regional competition between external actors. More on «After “AfPak”: Reframing Europe’s Pakistan Policy»


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Targeted Killing of Terrorists

17 Sep 2014 Security Watch

High technology enables the United States and other countries to kill specific terrorists with limited collateral damage. Yet, as Nicholas Rostow reminds us, just because targeted killings may be arguably legal and even ‘prudential’, that doesn’t mean they avoid certain costs. More on «Targeted Killing of Terrorists »