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Highs and Lows: Russia’s Foreign Policy at the start of 2018   
class="zone-title bg-screen--dark background-cover">The most memorable developments in Russia’s foreign policy in the past year include a breakthrough in the Middle East; a further escalation of the confrontation with the United States; continued alienation from Europe; and a tactical advance in As...
Saboteur-in-Chief, not Commander in Chief   
In recent months, the Trump administration has called for a dramatic shift in the direction of American foreign policy. How drastic of a shift? As the administration’s?National Defense Strategy?pithily put it: “Inter-state strategic competition, not terrorism, is now the primary concern in U.S. nat...
Potential Chinese Railgun Testing Illustrates the US Navy’s Biggest Long-Term Challenge   
Pictures of what appears to be a test installation of a naval railgun on a PLA Navy landing ship suggest China is moving forward with sea trials of a weapon which can threaten all Western surface assets. At the start of a huge ship-building plan, China is ideally placed to capitalise on this techno...
Normal is over   
Year one of the Trump administration has been uniquely unnerving. Yet the trans-Atlantic security community has also been breathing a sigh of relief, because many of their worst expectations seem to have been averted: trade wars, an attack on North Korea, the end of NATO. The conventional wisdom in...
Changing Speeds: What Do Debates on EU Reform Mean for Russia?   
class="zone-title bg-screen--dark background-cover">31.01.2018Changing Speeds: What Do Debates on EU Reform Mean for Russia?New Cold WarSecurity in EuropeSign Up for More From Carnegie.ruIf you enjoyed reading this, subscribe for more!Personal InformationE-mail *E-mailSubmitMikhail KominTaisiia She...
Trump’s Jerusalem move   
On 6 December 2017, the Trump administration took its first step in what it described as a renewed attempt to resolve the Israel–Palestine conflict, by explicitly recognising Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. American officials have vowed to move the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem by the en...
Permit (part of) Trump’s defense buildup without blowing up the deficit   
According to news reports, President Donald Trump will soon ask Congress?for $716 billion in?national defense funding for 2019 as part of his broader budget request to the Congress.
Iran Digest Week of January 19 - 26   
Iran DigestWeek of January 19 - 26AIC’s Iran digest project covers the latest developments and news stories published in Iranian and international media outlets. This weekly digest is compiled by Research Fellow Shiva Darian.?Please note that the news and views expressed in the articles below do not...
Confronting Iran   
Iran continues to sponsor a range of militant groups and has the capacity to conduct international terrorism – a problem that has bedevilled US administrations and the international community since the 1979 Islamic Revolution. Iranian terrorism is primarily a threat to US interests and allies in the...
Kremlin Report: A Missed Opportunity to Check Russian Aggression   
By Ashish Kumar Sen The US Treasury Department’s decision not to slap sanctions on Russian oligarchs and officials, some with ties to the Kremlin, is a missed opportunity to check Russian aggression, according to the Atlantic Council’s Daniel Fried. “I think the [Trump] administration missed an opp...
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