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Ex-post investigations of major terrorist attacks in Europe have highlighted the contradiction between the seemingly free movement of terrorists ac

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Russian President Vladimir Putin’s regime has taken control of the traditional media in Russia: TV, radio and newspapers.

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This article examines why the EU should finance defence research.

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The relations between Saudi Arabia and Iran have been conditioned by many factors, from the religious divide between Shia and Sunni interpretations

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Calls for the permanent deployment of substantial combat forces in Eastern European NATO states, primarily in the Baltics and Poland, have been par

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In Asia the rise of both China and India is becoming a reality. Their growth is of an unprecedented scale.

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Most of the refugees arriving in Europe are fleeing civil war and unrest.

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The terrorist attacks in Brussels on the second day of spring 2016 have inspired renewed calls for better sharing of intelligence between the EU’s

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Twenty-five years after the end of the Cold War, there is no viable alternative on the horizon to NATO’s security umbrel

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