Monthly Archives: November 2006

November 28, 2006

Europe needs a new Russia policy

Recently, Europeans have become more and more aware of their biggest eastern neighbour. In London, the murder of Alexander Litvinenko, a former security service officer and a fiercely outspoken critic of the Kremlin, has raised more questions about the nature of …

Posted in Briefing, RSC Briefing, Russia, Russia Studies Centre
November 12, 2006

The Return of Isolationism?

The United States, it seems, has come in from the cold. ‘Thank you, America’ breathedThe Guardian’s leader on Thursday morning, and the same sentiment poured out of the chattering class enclaves in Europe, as President Bush’s Republicans crashed to their …

Posted in Uncategorized
November 9, 2006

The Second Lebanon War: After the Dust has Settled

The second Lebanon war that took place this summer had an immense impact on many of the regional actors. Nonetheless, the strategic balance remains largely the same – there is no significant, genuine shift of power in the region. In …

Posted in Opinion Editorial

The Second Lebanon War: After the Dust has Settled

The second Lebanon war that took place this summer had an immense impact on many of the regional actors. Nonetheless, the strategic balance remains largely the same – there is no significant, genuine shift of power in the region. In …

Posted in Uncategorized
November 4, 2006

The Royal Navy: Britain’s Trident for a Global Agenda

Britannia, with her shield and trident, is the very symbol, not only of the Royal Navy, but also of British global power. In the last instance, the Royal Navy is the United Kingdom’s greatest strategic asset and instrument. As the …

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