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Professor Malcolm Chalmers is Deputy Director-General of the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI). His research is focused on UK... read more
Eleanor Gordon and Jacqui True
Sophisticated gender-sensitive policies, which avoid stereotyping, are needed.
Michele L Louro
Michele L Louro reviews Asia after Versailles: Asian Perspectives on the Paris Peace Conference and the Interwar Order, 1919–33, edited by Urs Matthias Zachmann.
This paper looks at how social media platforms have been instrumentalised for a variety of purposes by terrorist organisations in Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, and how the governments of those countries have tackled the issue
A move to extinguish the territory’s autonomy may play well with voters in India but is unlikely to improve regional security.
Ties between India and Russia may not be strengthening quite so fast as both sides diversify their partners, but history and strategic considerations still bind the two powers.
Pakistan’s newly elected Parliament sits today for the first time. The country’s incoming prime minister has the potential to remould domestic politics but this will be an uphill struggle.
Central Asian gas exporters may have swapped dependency on one client for another with trade arrangements with Russia and China.
A lecture by Ambassador K.C. Singh on the political history and current global impact of the North West frontier.
At this event Capt. Bernard D. Cole, USN (Ret.) and Dr. Cynthia Watson from the U.S. National War College will address U.S. policy in the Asia-Pacific as China grows in economic, military, and...
In addressing Georgia’s stance on NATO and the EU, David Bakradze will discuss the role of strategic communications in the build up to the 2016 NATO Summit.