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The end of NATO?

By Carl Bildt What is left of NATO and the transatlantic order after US President Donald Trump’s tumultuous week in Brussels, the United Kingdom and Helsinki, where he defended Russian President Vladimir Putin against...

Up the Buy ASAP: Fixing American Airpower

By Doug Birkey Double the buy rate on F-35A starting in 2020 and plan on a minimum of 200 B-21 bombers built in rapid fashion. That will begin to get to the Air Force...

ASPI suggests

By Jacqueline Westermann and Malcolm Davis The world Let’s dive right into world politics and get the Helsinki meeting out of the way: Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin’s long-anticipated get-together was the talk of...

Three Nobel Prizes in economics ≠ the truth about aid

By Terence Wood Development twitter erupted in chirping last week. The cause was a Guardian op-ed from a group of development notables decrying foreign aid. Prominent aid commentator Duncan Green tweeted that the piece...

Trump is in denial about North Korea

By Kent Harrington No one yet knows what deals US President Donald Trump may have struck with Russian President Vladimir Putin during their private two-hour meeting in Helsinki. But it is already clear that...

كيفية التحقق رقمياً من انتماء العناصر المسلحة في الصراعات في الشرق الاوسط

By Rao Komar لقد أدى انتشار وسائل الإعلام الاجتماعي والهواتف الذكية في جميع أنحاء الشرق الأوسط إلى خلق قدر هائل من الوثائق المتاحة للجمهور حول النزاعات في المنطقة. سواء في شكل مقاطع فيديو أو...

Quilliam Bulletin 19-07-2018

By Quilliam Admin Quilliam Founder Maajid Nawaz Discusses In-Person Legal Victory Against the SPLC – Exclusive17/07/2018 Nawaz will explain the implications of the successful settlement of the legal action against the Southern Poverty Law...

NATO defence spending: is 2% the magic number?

By Marcus Hellyer With President Donald Trump having returned from his dumpster-fire-lighting tour of Europe, the media firestorm unleashed by his claims last week that the European members of NATO were not meeting their...

In case of trouble, send a frigate

By Naval Studies Group To provide context for the recent frigate announcement, we asked the Naval Studies Group at the Australian Centre for the Study of Armed Conflict and Society at UNSW Canberra to...

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