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If #EU member states prove unable to effectively coordinate their defence efforts, there is little hope that even the most significant members will achieve their targets in #NATO’s defence-planning process. Read our latest Strategic Comment ⬇️ iiss.org/publications/s…
#China is pushing its most capable in-service medium-to-long range air-to-air-missile for export only some three years after introducing the weapon in domestic service. Find out more in our latest #MilitaryBalance blog by Douglas Barrie ⬇️ iiss.org/blogs/military…
A new British Army Special Operations Brigade is expected to become an elite formation with considerable utility across the spectrum of conflict envisaged by the UK’s new defence policy. Ben Barry considers the capabilities it will introduce: iiss.org/blogs/military…
"It's important to remember that Southeast Asian attitudes have been influenced as much by increased European engagement as by a growing sense of urgency and deteriorating security conditions," notes @LynnKuok, Senior Fellow at @IISS_org. @KASonline
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The EU-US Trade and Technology met for the first time on 29 September to coordinate transatlantic policies on artificial intelligence, among other issues. The EU and the US combined are home to over 3,400 AI-research companies. #LooksStrategic Read more➡️ go.iiss.org/StratCom24
"The new government will continue with the harder line, as Motegi is showing. This fits with Japan's broader push to balance China from a position of strength." according to @RobertAlanWard @IISS_org reuters.com/world/asia-pac…
An @IISS_org podcast to fire you up for the weekend. Murakami Yumiko, boasting distinguished stints in financial sector, UN, OECD &more—& now ESG VC innovator—looks at int’l/home issues for Japan & fizzes wth optimism on Jp’s potential. Much enjoyed! Cc @YukaKoshino @ESHutchinson twitter.com/iiss_org/statu…
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#CruiseMissiles are an often-overlooked and opaque regional proliferation challenge in the #MiddleEast. Find out more about the current national inventories and development programmes in the region ⬇️ iiss.org/blogs/research…
The trilateral #AUKUS pact represents a significant new strategic development for Asian and global security. But how will the deal now develop? Watch our latest recorded webinar with leading IISS experts and find out more ⬇️ iiss.org/events/2021/09…
In #JapanMemo episode 4, Murakami Yumiko reflects on Japan’s role in regional trade infrastructure and says, “Japan has strong credibility when it comes to working with many other Asian countries”. Listen to the latest episode now 🎧 go.iiss.org/JapanMemo4AU
The release of the Artificial Intelligence Act has revived a debate over whether some #GDPR provisions impose unreasonable restrictions on #AI research in the #EU. Find out more ⬇️ go.iiss.org/StratCom24
Article 42(7) of the Treaty on the European Union includes a #defence guarantee but the #EU has not taken steps to formalise what this means in practice. The issue of collective territorial defence remains contentious. Read our new Strategic Comment ⬇️ iiss.org/publications/s…
"Perhaps more significant than the number of planes was the make-up of the group, with fighters, bombers and airborne early warning aircraft, @graham_euan, a defence analyst with the IISS, said." independent.ie/world-news/ten…
The trilateral #AUKUS pact represents a significant new strategic development for Asian and global security. But how will the deal now develop? Watch our latest recorded webinar with leading IISS experts and find out more ⬇️ iiss.org/events/2021/09…
What are the crucial trends for the active #conflicts in the regional conflict landscape? Learn more about The Armed Conflict Survey 2021 and it its outlook including key economic, military and geopolitical drivers ⬇️ go.iiss.org/TheArmedConfli…
Find out more about the #EU’s approach to artificial intelligence in this month’s free Strategic Comment ⬇️ go.iiss.org/StratCom24
"while the recent moves were a war of psychological attrition, “an accelerating build-up of such intimidatory activity could also give (the) #PLA an element of surprise” if #China were to move against #Taiwan “for real one day”, said @graham_euan japantimes.co.jp/news/2021/10/0…
As the Five Powers gather in Singapore and Malaysia for a series of 50th anniversary commemorative events and upcoming exercises, recirculating my @IISS_org prognosis for #FPDA’s future: iiss.org/blogs/analysis…
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It is likely to be business as usual under Kishida Fumio’s new government when it comes to economic, foreign and defence policy. But, as @RobertAlanWard explains, a new economic-security portfolio will see #Japan burnish its geo-economic policy credentials iiss.org/blogs/analysis…
To mark the launch of The #ArmedConflictSurvey 2021, host @MeiaNouwens is joined by @_IreneMia, @purisamir1 and Benjamin Petrini to discuss the latest key findings. 🎧 Tune in nowpodcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the…w
While the regional integration process may have lost some if its sheen, it could still provide a platform for cooperation and action. Read our latest blog by @_IreneMia to learn more about what's next for the #PacificAlliance ⬇️ iiss.org/blogs/analysis…
🎧 In#JapanMemoo, Murakami Yumiko shares with@RobertAlanWardd and@YukaKoshinoo views from the private sector on: ◻️ Decoupling from China ◻️ The growing start-up scene ◻️ Japan’s leadership role in regional trade Listen now:go.iiss.org/JapanMemo4AG
My latest for ⁦@IISS_org⁩ on likely policy from Japan’s new PM Kishida and his govt. Continuity in some key areas, yes, but also some potentially important developments for Japanese economic security.👇 What to expect from Japan’s new administrationiiss.org/blogs/analysis…Q
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“South Korea continues to hedge just as a declining US needs to get the maximum benefit from all of its alliances,” said @graham_euan at the International Institute for Strategic Studies in Singapore. (via @FT) ft.com/content/be3e48…
Could #China’s private-security companies pave the way for it to take full advantage of the economic opportunities on offer in #Afghanistan? Read @MeiaNouwens' new introduction to her ground-breaking research. ⬇️ iiss.org/blogs/analysis…
If #EU member states prove unable to effectively coordinate their defence efforts, there is little hope that even the most significant members will achieve their targets in #NATO’s defence-planning process. Read our latest Strategic Comment ⬇️ iiss.org/publications/s…
The signing of the #AbrahamAccords by #Israel, the #UAE, and #Bahrain in September 2020 was hailed by #US President Trump as ‘mark[ing] the dawn of a new Middle East’. Find out more about current challenges in our latest webinar recording ⬇️ iiss.org/events/2021/09…
A bold model for trade integration in a region where countless such efforts had failed, is the #PacificAlliance now faltering? Read our latest blog by @_IreneMia now ⬇️ iiss.org/blogs/analysis…
It is likely to be business as usual under Kishida Fumio’s new government when it comes to economic, foreign and defence policy. But, as @RobertAlanWard explains, a new economic-security portfolio will see #Japan burnish its geo-economic policy credentials iiss.org/blogs/analysis…
Happening today ⏰ 8AM EST | 1pm BST | 2pm CET | 8PM SGT 👇 My@IISS_orgg colleagues@BenSchreerr,@jamescrabtreee,@graham_euann,@DavidFGordonn, and Sarah Raine will discuss#AUKUSS and future Indo-Pacific security. There is still time to register! iiss.org/events/2021/09…I
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Read the result of two years of study by IISS researchers, providing a major qualitative assessment of 15 countries’ #cyber power, as well as a new qualitative framework for understanding how to rank global state cyber capacity. ⬇️ go.iiss.org/Cyber
What are the crucial drivers, developments and trends in 34 active conflicts? 💬@MeiaNouwenss and@_IreneMiaa,@purisamir11 and Benjamin Petrini discuss the key findings of The Armed Conflict Survey 2021. Listen now 🎧iiss.org/blogs/podcast/…yn
Could #China’s private-security companies pave the way for it to take full advantage of the economic opportunities on offer in #Afghanistan? Read @MeiaNouwens' new introduction to her ground-breaking research. ⬇️ iiss.org/blogs/analysis…
The trilateral #AUKUS pact bringing together #Australia, #UK and #US represents a significant new strategic development for Asian and global security. But how will the deal now develop? Register now: 🗓️ Monday 4 October ⏰ 8AM EST | 1pm BST | 8PM SGT iiss.org/events/2021/09…u
Other than a general desire to keep pace with Iran, Saudi Arabia’s motivations in acquiring ballistic missiles are not entirely clear. That said, Riyadh’s missiles do not elicit the level of concern sparked by Iran’s missile programme, writes @MarkTFitz: iiss.org/blogs/analysis…
For #Australia’s #navy, integrating crewed and uncrewed undersea platforms will be a key factor in its future combat power. @HoansSolo explores the potential roles for unmanned undersea vehicles and the future operating concept. Read more now ⬇️ iiss.org/blogs/analysis…
To mark the launch of The #ArmedConflictSurvey 2021, host @MeiaNouwens is joined by @_IreneMia, @purisamir1 and Benjamin Petrini to discuss the latest key findings. 🎧 Tune in nowpodcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the…6
While the regional integration process may have lost some if its sheen, it could still provide a platform for cooperation and action. Read our latest blog by @_IreneMia to learn more about what's next for the #PacificAlliance ⬇️ iiss.org/blogs/analysis…
For European powers, #AUKUS raises uncomfortable questions about their willingness and capacity to contribute to a hard-power response in the Indo-Pacific. Read our latest blog by @DrTimHuxley and @BenSchreer ⬇️ iiss.org/blogs/analysis…
Article 42(7) of the Treaty on the European Union includes a #defence guarantee but the #EU has not taken steps to formalise what this means in practice. The issue of collective territorial defence remains contentious. Read our new Strategic Comment ⬇️ iiss.org/publications/s…
The increasing number of violent incidents at sea in and around the Strait of Hormuz poses challenges for the international naval presence in the region. Read the latest #MilitaryBalance analysis by Charlotte Le Breton and @Decis_ ⬇️ iiss.org/blogs/military…
The trilateral #AUKUS pact bringing together #Australia, #UK and #US represents a significant new strategic development for Asian and global security. But how will the deal now develop? Register now: 🗓️ Monday 4 October ⏰ 8AM EST | 1pm BST | 8PM SGT iiss.org/events/2021/09…u
As #US officials absorb the scale of the loss in #Afghanistan, they will be tempted to place significant blame on #Pakistan for its role in undermining the war effort. Read the latest Strategic Comment now ⬇️ go.iiss.org/3nWNfJ3
A bold model for trade integration in a region where countless such efforts had failed, is the #PacificAlliance now faltering? Read our latest blog by @_IreneMia now ⬇️ iiss.org/blogs/analysis…
At the core of the #AUKUS security partnership is the intention of enabling Canberra to acquire nuclear-powered submarines ‘at the earliest achievable date’. Find out more about the immediate challenge in our #MilitaryBalance blog ⬇️ iiss.org/blogs/military…
#CruiseMissiles are an often-overlooked and opaque regional proliferation challenge in the #MiddleEast. Find out more about the current national inventories and development programmes in the region ⬇️ iiss.org/blogs/research…
While the regional integration process may have lost some if its sheen, it could still provide a platform for cooperation and action. Read our latest blog by @_IreneMia to learn more about what's next for the #PacificAlliance ⬇️ iiss.org/blogs/analysis…
Could #China’s private-security companies pave the way for it to take full advantage of the economic opportunities on offer in #Afghanistan? Read @MeiaNouwens' new introduction to her ground-breaking research. ⬇️ iiss.org/blogs/analysis…
Israel’s strategic deterrence includes several cruise-missile systems, as well as short-, medium- and, reportedly, intermediate-range ballistic missiles. @MarkTFitz explains the history of the programme, about which little is publicly acknowledged: iiss.org/blogs/analysis…
The signing of the #AbrahamAccords by #Israel, the #UAE, and #Bahrain in September 2020 was hailed by #US President Trump as ‘mark[ing] the dawn of a new Middle East’. Find out more about current challenges in our latest webinar recording ⬇️ iiss.org/events/2021/09…
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