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In the October–November issue, Kenneth Payne assesses the implications of artificial intelligence in strategic affairs; Mahsa Rouhi considers Iranian reactions to re-imposed US sanctions; Toby Dodge ponders the future of post-ISIS Iraq in light of continued civil unrest; Michela Wrong asks whether the euphoria from improved Ethiopia–Eritrea relations will last; Hal Brands examines the ideologies behind democracy, authoritarianism and today’s great-power conflicts; Anatol Lieven warns against falling into the trap of a new cold war with Russia; Daniel Byman probes the rationale behind the Yemen war; Tricia Bacon examines the relationship between Pakistan and the Afghan Taliban; Seth G. Jones notes that al-Qaeda’s failure in Syria does not signify the end of Salafi jihadism there; Stephan Frühling questions the efficacy of the ANZUS Treaty; John Gans, Thomas Rid and Christopher J. Fettweis contribute review essays; Ray Takeyh, Erik Jones and Teresita C. Schaffer review new books; and Dana H. Allin deconstructs Donald Trump’s response to Putinism.

GENRE
Politiek en nieuws
UITGEGEVEN
2018
8 oktober
TAAL
EN
Engels
LENGTE
272
Pagina's
UITGEVER
The International Institute for Strategic Studies
GROOTTE
4.2
MB

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