Survival: Global Politics and Strategy 59-1
February-March 2017; vol. 59, no. 1
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In the February–March 2016 issue, Olga Oliker considers the relationship between Putinism and the rise of illiberal regimes around the world; Samuel Charap, John Drennan and Pierre Noël analyse the bilateral relationship between China and Russia; Nelly Lahoud asks whether the Islamic State is preparing to recruit female soldiers; Aaron Brantly discusses the ways in which jihadists approach digital security and technological innovation; Michael Fischerkeller proposes a framework for incorporating offensive cyber operations into conventional deterrence; Paul Angelo highlights lessons of the ongoing peace process in Colombia; Beatrice Fihn outlines the logic of banning nuclear weapons; Michael Pocalyko looks at how Donald Trump’s business experience could shape his presidency; Russell Crandall contributes a review essay; Jeffrey Lewis, Angela Stent and Lanxin Xiang review new books; and William Choong explores the contradictions in Donald Trump’s approach to the Asia-Pacific region.
- Category: Politics & Current Events
- Published: Feb 03, 2017
- Publisher: International Institute for Strategic Studies
- Seller: International Institute for Strategic Studies
- Print Length: 188 Pages
- Language: English