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Scaling up is not doing the same at scale

By Sandra Naranjo Bautista Public policy is more an art than a science. Everyone recognises that scaling up is hard. There is an implicit acknowledgment of the challenges that organisations – including governments –...

Skripal Poisoner Attended GRU Commander Family Wedding

By Bellingcat Investigation Team In a series of investigative reports in 2018 and this year, Bellingcat and its media partners disclosed the existence of an elite unit within Russian military intelligence (GRU) engaging in...

The month in women, peace and security: September 2019

By Sunny Cao, Sarah O’Connor and James Rickard Wargaming needs more female strategists Becca Wasser, a senior policy analyst at the RAND Corporation, has penned an article for The New York Times Magazine on...

America betrays the Kurds again

By Mohammed Ayoob The US has done it again. It has once more betrayed Kurdish aspirations for autonomy, this time in Syria. This behaviour fits into a longstanding pattern of moves undertaken by Washington...

Thinking about brain drain: part three

By Ryan Edwards The first post in this series laid out a simple conceptual framework and emphasized the importance of distinguishing between the short and long run effects of migration. Guided by this framework,...

Mil and Kamov Under One Roof

By Russian Defense Policy Mil’s Mi-35 multipurpose combat helicopter State-owned helicopter conglomerate Russian Helicopters plans to bring the Mil and Kamov design bureaus under a single organizational structure before 2022, according to a company...

Mil and Kamov Under One Roof

By Russian Defense Policy Mil’s Mi-35 multipurpose combat helicopter State-owned helicopter conglomerate Russian Helicopters plans to bring the Mil and Kamov design bureaus under a single organizational structure before 2022, according to a company...

ASPI suggests

By James Brorson, Luke Courtois and Genevieve Feely The world Turkey has begun ‘Operation Peace Spring’, its military offensive in northern Syria against the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), following the US withdrawal from the...

Has combining flag and trade served Canberra well?

By Sudarshan Shrikhande At least five things prompt me to write this piece. First, as the defence adviser at the Indian high commission in Canberra from 2005 to 2008, I was initially impressed by...

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