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Publisher Description

In the August–September issue, Daniel Deudney and G. John Ikenberry argue that the Iraq War was the product of foreign-policy realism, not liberalism; Nigel Inkster asks how military cyber power might be measured; Douglas Barrie examines Russia’s deployment of a ground-launched cruise missile in violation of the INF Treaty; Brad Roberts explores approaches to strategic stability under the Obama and Trump administrations; William C. Potter traces the diplomatic route to a nuclear ban treaty; Elizabeth Grimm Arsenault analyses the United States’ dilemma over the treatment of ISIS detainees; Chuck Freilich warns that advocates of Israeli strategic independence from the US should be careful what they wish for; Isaac Ben Israel and Deganit Paikowsky describe the logic of Israel’s space programme; Kamil Zwolski examines the radical change in Poland’s foreign policy; Russell Crandall contributes a review essay; Angela Stent, Lanxin Xiang and Gilles Andréani review new books; and Steven Simon argues that Donald Trump’s view on Iran is not just analytically flawed but dangerous.

GENRE
Politics & Current Affairs
RELEASED
2017
17 July
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
212
Pages
PUBLISHER
International Institute for Strategic Studies
SELLER
International Institute for Strategic Studies
SIZE
2.2
MB

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