Proactive or ‘Pie in the Sky’?: The UK’s Political Parties Weigh in on the Decision to Renew Trident
Cas Legrand analyzes the division in London and Edinburgh over the renewal of Trident, the UK’s nuclear missile submarine program.
Canada’s Indo-Pacific Strategy: An Overdue Conversation
Canada has recently published its long-awaited Indo-Pacific Strategy (IPS), which provides a comprehensive roadmap for managing opportunities and mitigating threats in the region. There are plenty of each: the opportunities to increase trade, bilateral foreign direct investment (FDI), and “person-to-person” connectivity (i.e., educational exchanges or cultural programs) are extensive across the theatre. Similarly, however, the Read More…
Bulgarian Infrastructure: A Bottleneck to Energy Security on NATO’s Eastern Flank?
Within the upcoming year the configuration of gas supplies in Eastern Europe is expected to change dramatically as Russian flows will be diverted via the TurkStream corridor and new sources of supply from the Caspian Sea or imported as liquefied natural gas (LNG) will be vying for regional markets.