Unless there are concrete and strong claims against cooperating with UN bodies, this paper proposes that Israel should strive to present the UN with evidence-based facts and introduce its narrative on events within the UN purview.
This examines the Turkish defence technological and industrial base’s capacity to support military-grade nuclear proliferation. It finds that the present indicators suggest no backtrack from Turkey’s non-proliferation commitments.
President Zelensky has attempted to use the so-called Steinmeier Formula to find a compromise on holding elections in the east of Ukraine. This article finds that he has run into a stark reality: Moscow and Kyiv’s interests remain irreconcilable.
Operation Peace Spring is the third offensive carried out by Turkey in northern Syria and its most ambitious action in Syria to date. The developments that led to this offensive and its regional and international consequences.
If China wants to remain a major development financier in the Pacific without fulfilling the debt trap accusations of its critics, this piece argues that it will need to substantially restructure its approach.
Hypersonic systems are now transitioning from the laboratory to weapons inventories. This argues that if the risks of crisis instability and further proliferation are to be managed, arms-control measures need to be considered.
Indonesia has been one of the earliest proponents of the idea of Indo-Pacific. As President Joko Widodo enters his second term, this examines the future of Pacindo, the Indonesian iteration of the Indo-Pacific idea.
Oct 18, 2019
Mikkel Barslund, Andreas Backhaus, and Mattia Di Salvo
The report explains how closer cooperation on asylum and migration policies among EU member states and with countries of origin and transit can improve outcomes for all stakeholders. It provides insights on moving EU asylum and migration policy forward.