Archivos de Categoría: Defensa

Is Russia Preparing to Go to War in Ukraine?

Foreign Policy, 09.04.2021
Amy Mackinnon, reportera de asuntos internacionales
Troop buildup near Ukraine’s border is the largest since 2014
[caption id="attachment_56289" align="alignleft" width="500"] Russian President Vladimir Putin inspects Zapad 2017 joint Russian military exercises with Belarus at the Luzhsky training ground in the Leningrad region, on Sept. 18, 2017. (Mikhail Klimentyev/Sputnik/AFP/...
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India and Pakistan Pursue a Thaw in Kashmir—Again

World Politics Review, 30.03.2021
Aryaman Bhatnagar, analista de política internacional basado en India 
[caption id="attachment_56082" align="alignleft" width="405"] An Indian soldier looks toward the Pir Panjal mountain range from a forward posts at the India-Pakistan frontier. (AP/Channi Anand)[/caption] In late February, India and Pakistan announced a cease-fire along their de...
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The U.K. Integrated Review: Defining What ‘Global Britain’ Actually Means

World Politics Review, 29.03.2021
Lawrence Freedman, profesor de Estudios de la Guerra (King’s College London)
[caption id="attachment_56071" align="alignleft" width="405"] British Prime Minister Boris Johnson during a visit to Joint Helicopter Command Station Aldergrove, Northern Ireland. (AP/Peter Morrison)[/caption] In mid-March, the British government released its Integrated Review of Security, Defence, Development...
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Europe Can Play a Role in a Conflict Over Taiwan. Will It?

World Politics Review, 23.03.2021
Antoine Bondaz (investigador-FRS y profesor de Sciences Po) y Bruno Tertrais (subdirector-FRS)
[caption id="attachment_56036" align="alignright" width="500"] The French Navy ship Vendemiaire during a port call in Manila. (AP/Bullit Marquez).[/caption] In early February, France revealed that one of its nuclear-powered attack submarines had completed a mission in...
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Boris Johnson Unveils His Post-Brexit ‘Tilt’ to Asia

Foreign Policy, 17.03.2021
James Crabtree,  profesor (Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy-National University of Singapore)
But Britain’s new security strategy risks shifting too few resources eastward
The United States had its “pivot” to Asia. Australia has its Pacific “step up.” On Tuesday, Britain placed an Indo-Pacific “tilt” at the heart of a long-delayed national defense and...
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EEUU y Japón acusan a China de no respetar “el orden internacional”

El Mundo, 16.03.2021
Pablo Pardo, corresponsal en Washington
"Estados Unidos y Japón son conscientes de que el comportamiento de China es inconsistente con el orden internacional existente y presenta desafíos políticos, económicos, militares y tecnológicos".
[caption id="attachment_55838" align="alignleft" width="442"] Antony Blinken junto a Toshimitsu Motegi.(Kim Kyung-Hoonafp)[/caption] Esos son los términos del comunicado conjunto emitido...
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Will Taiwan’s Dongsha Islands Be the Next Crimea?

World Politics Review, 16.03.2021
Shahn Savino (analista programador de VTG) y Charles Dunst (académico del East-West Center-Washington)
[caption id="attachment_55830" align="alignright" width="405"] An aerial view of the outlying Atoll National Park of the Dongsha Islands, southwest of Taiwan. (AP/Peter Enav).[/caption] Russia’s 2014 annexation of the Crimean Peninsula in Ukraine prompted much international...
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India and China Need More Than a Border Pullback to Mend Fences

World Politics Review, 10.03.2021
Anubhav Gupta, director asociado del Asia Society Policy Institute
[caption id="attachment_55747" align="alignleft" width="405"] An Indian army convoy on the Srinagar- Ladakh highway at Gagangeer in Indian-controlled Kashmir.
(AP/Dar Yasin)[/caption] Along the waters of Pangong Lake, high up in the Himalayas, there was a slackening of shoulders...
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European Strategic Autonomy’s Growing Pains

World Politics Review, 27.01.2021
Judah Grunstein, editor en jefe
[caption id="attachment_54406" align="alignright" width="405"] China’s Xi Jinping, top left, and European leaders during a video conference at the European Council headquarters in Brussels. (Johanna Geron/AP Images)[/caption] If “European strategic autonomy” were a hashtag, it would be trending. But it’s a phrase...
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