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Creative Diplomacy and North Korea
This policy brief looks at how North Korea has figured as an issue on the sidelines of the recent APEC Summit in Beijing in the context of developments...
Afghanistan and its Neighbors: the Challenge of 2014
...and the current forces will be reduced. Appears in the Conference Report “Security and Development in Afghanistan After 2014 6th Annual ISDP-AMS Conference December 6-8, 2013”, Ed. David Mulrooney...
Security and Development in Afghanistan after 2014, 6th annual ISDP-AMS Conference
The topic under discussion during the 6th annual ISDP-AMS conference, held December 6-8,2013, focused on the future prospects for Afghanistan after the planned withdrawal of international forces at...
Rethinking National Security: China’s New Security Commission
The newly established Central National Security Commission (CNSC) of China held its first meeting on April 15. The inaugural meeting of this body marks a significant milestone in...
Crisis Management – 5th Annual ISDP-AMS Conference
This conference report collects together a number of papers on the subject of “crisis management” presented by the key speakers at the 5th Annual ISDP-AMS Conference held on...
A Changing Calculus Towards North Korea in Beijing?
North Korea’s advances in nuclear weapons and missile technology, in combination with its recent escalation of bellicose rhetoric against the US and its allies, have triggered a reassessment...
North Korea’s Fourth Satellite Launch Attempt
North Korea has announced that it will attempt another satellite launch between December 10 and 22. As North Korea has an active nuclear weapons program and launching a...
The Situation in West Asia and North Africa and its Impact on the International Strategic Configuration
Report from the 4th Annual ISDP-AMS Conference
Taiwan-Marshall Islands Relations: Against the Tide
...by Amata Kabua’s son, David Kabua, might lead to an abrupt end to the Marshallese-Taiwanese relationship. Yet the RMI’s latest President Kabua has so far shown himself committed to continuing...
Policies to Please Political Partners: The Development of Japan’s Intelligence Policy in the 21st Century
...for intelligence assessments at short notice has increased as decision-makers demand efficiency of service. Former director of the U.K.’s Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), Sir David Omand, noted in 2010 that...