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From an Isolated Iran to an Isolated US

Hans Blix, former IAEA Director General and ELN member, argues that American concerns over Iran’s nuclear weapons intentions may be more of a marketing ploy than a real worry.

17 November 2017 | Hans Blix
Global Security|Iran|JCPOA|Nuclear Arms Control|United Nations|United States

The Case for Providing Lethal Military Aid to Ukraine

Oleksandr Tytarchuk, co-founder of the East European Security Research Initiative Foundation, argues that there are more pros than cons to Ukraine receiving lethal aid from the United States.

9 November 2017 | Oleksandr Tytarchuk
Euro-Atlantic Security|Defence|Russia|Russia-West Relations|Sanctions|Ukraine|United States

The Grim Gamble of the Trump Administration on Iran

Emmanuelle Maitre argues that the Trump administration’s policy shift means that it is now the US which is violating the spirit of the JCPOA. By targeting the motivations of potential investors, it is making the deal much less attractive for Tehran.

3 November 2017 | Emmanuelle Maitre
Global Security|EU|Iran|JCPOA|United States

Zapad 2017: Beyond the Hype, Important Lessons for the US and NATO

What lessons to draw from the latest Russian combined strategic exercise? For Michael Kofman, Senior Research Scientist at CNA and Fellow at the Wilson Center, Moscow signalled it can maintain coercive credibility in a potential conflict with NATO.

27 October 2017 | Michael Kofman
Euro-Atlantic Security|Military Doctrine|NATO|Russia|Russia-West Relations|United States