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Elisabeth Braw is a Visiting Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), where she focuses on deterrence against emerging forms... read more
Although security operations are likely to continue as before, the coup should force the international community to ask hard and probing questions about the approach taken in trying to secure the Sahel.
Ben Freeman and Tarun Krishnakumar
As it seeks to develop a transparency-based registration framework to counter foreign influence activities, the UK can learn from the rich experience of the US and the Foreign Agents Registration Act.
Washington is offering $10 million for tips that would help authorities prevent possible cyber interference in the November elections. Unusual, but not necessarily unworkable.
Iran is striking back for the killing of one of its top commanders. A real test of US resolve in the Middle East is beginning.
EU member states displayed little solidarity in the current crisis, but EU institutions fared better.
The UK government must provide unambiguous political guidance as it undertakes the most significant appraisal of the country’s defence posture since the start of this century.
Ageing railways, poor-quality roads and an inadequate response by the authorities to calls for basic services are the weak underbelly of the Russian infrastructure system.
Whether the recently agreed peace deal in Sudan, allegedly aimed at a democratic transition and civilian rule, will lead to stability is far from a forgone conclusion.
In an era of great power competition, the UK and its allies may find that one answer to the challenge posed by adversary cyber operations lies in the distant past
Long fascinated with the origins of the American Civil War, Professor Brian Holden Reid will address the various ways ‘blame’ has been attributed for the outbreak of the war. He will look at the...