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Civil Society and Nuclear Weapons Policy

15 Jan 16 Jan Invitation Only Research Event Civil Society and Nuclear Weapons Policy 15 Jan 2015 – 09:30 to 16 Jan 2015 – 14:00 Bangkok, Thailand International Security Department Download Results Overview This...

Are Kadyrov’s Days as Head of Chechnya Numbered?

Staunton, December 15 – Ramzan Kadyrov’s ouster as head of Chechnya has been rumored so often that it has become something “expected” by some, but if he goes, that is likely to entail “unpredictable...

PacNet #89 – An ugly win for Mr. Abe

Japanese Prime Minister Abe Shinzo and his Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) have their election victory. As forecast, they crushed the opposition in Sunday’s vote and consolidated their hold on the Diet. It was not...

AISS held “Afghanistan-Central Asia Dialogue II”

AISS held “Afghanistan-Central Asia Dialogue II” December 13-14, 2014 AISS held the second “Afghanistan – Central Asia Dialogue” (ACAD-II). AISS Chairman of board of advisers, Dr. Spanta and AISS General-Director Dr. Moradian inaugurated the...

A G20 for the people? Not yet

Civil society feared that the G20 Summit in Brisbane would not deal with inequality or carry on the conversation about inclusive growth. Were they right? The G20 Communiqué released on 16 November finally focused...

Abe’s mandate: The strategic dimension

As discussed in part 1 of this post, Prime Minister Abe is likely to make the economy his first post-election priority. He wants to pull the economy out of recession and set the basis...

The Bay of Bengal and the growing Buddhist-Muslim divide

This is the last post of The Strategist’s series on the Bay of Bengal. As noted in previous posts, the Bay suffers from many trans-regional security issues—including separatist conflicts, piracy and people smuggling—which will...

Lima climate conference: Slow movement on Planet UNFCCC

As haggard negotiators left the UN climate change conference in Lima in the early hours of Sunday morning, many observers noted the contrast between the political acrimony that characterised the final days of these...

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