Linee Strategiche – 10/06/2013

–  Forthcoming: Hard Diplomacy and Soft Coercion: Russia’s Influence Abroad (Chatham House).
– Military Strategy in an Unpredictable World (Chatham House).
– Sri Lanka: Obstacles to Change (Chatham House).
– Taking Religious Engagement in Foreign Policy Seriously (Brookings).
– Iran @ Saban Weekly Wrap-Up: Readers React to Rouhani (Brookings).
– Sectarianism and the Politics of the New Middle East (Brookings).
– Propaganda Meets Social Media (The Globalist).
– India’s Quiet, Big Naval Splash (The Diplomat).
– Help Wanted: Who Will Run U.S. China Policy ? (The Diplomat).
– Tokyo’s DIY Gardening Scene: Crops and Community (The Diplomat).
– The US Should Hope China “Wins” the Iraq War (The Diplomat).
– (USA/Cina/Giappone) Summit Success: More Than Just Being First in Line (The Diplomat).
– How Samantha Power Could Change U.S. Diplomacy (Foreign Affairs).
– (Books) Plutopia: Nuclear Families, Atomic Cities, and the Great Soviet and American Plutonium Disasters (Foreign Affairs).
– (Books) On Saudi Arabia: Its People, Past, Religion, Fault Lines—and Future (Foreign Affairs).
– Turkey: Another Egypt ? (Strategic Culture Foundation).
– France’s chemical pre-action to propaganda defeat at Qusair (Strategic Culture Foundation).
in collaborazione con Link Campus University e con London Academy of Diplomacy (University of East Anglia)



per cancellarsi scrivere a