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Coming to Terms….
Coming to Terms….  


October 31, 2018  

The time for Chinese term-setting and terms-of-engagement seems nigh. Although term suggests definition, determination,... 

What Future for the European Project?
What Future for the European Project?  


October 30, 2018  

Whither Italy, for that matter? And can Brussels cope with its migrant problem? Trump oblige, is there cause for pessimism... 

The Future of Conflict: Third Time Around
The Future of Conflict: Third Time Around  


November 28, 2017  

The former CIA head revisits his predictions from 2009 and 2014, and projects forward to 2022 For the third time since the... 

Whither German Intelligence?
Whither German Intelligence?  


November 28, 2017  

As Angela Merkel returns for a fourth term, Germany’s services will have to reckon far more seriously with the country’s... 

Ten Theses on Russia in the 21st Century
Ten Theses on Russia in the 21st Century  


November 27, 2017  

Reflections on hybrid administration, algorithms for exiting the conflict, and how to govern the world’s most complex country Thesis... 

Open Letter to President Trump
Open Letter to President Trump  


March 3, 2017  

How to use American power, avoid catastrophe, and save the world Dear President Trump, Let’s skip the niceties and congratulatory... 

Binding the Northern Powers in Law
Binding the Northern Powers in Law  


March 3, 2017  

Proposition: A bona fide Arctic Union should be created ZP (in favour): At this important crossroads in global geopolitics,... 

Wobbling Pivots
Wobbling Pivots  


September 2, 2016  

On pacific pivoting, and not wobbling into war In her history of China since 1800, The Wobbling Pivot (2010), Professor... 

The Lost Twenty-Five Years
The Lost Twenty-Five Years  


February 19, 2016  

Why no new world order has been built since the end of the Cold War Twenty-five years ago, on March 17th, 1991, the first... 

“In 2020, Canadian foreign policy will be…
“In 2020, Canadian foreign policy will be…  


February 19, 2016  

David Black …considerably more sociable – more broadly engaged and engaging, less choosy and judgemental in the... 

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