Survival: Global Politics and Strategy (February-March 2020): Deterring North Korea
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Survival, the IISS’s bimonthly journal, challenges conventional wisdom and brings fresh, often controversial, perspectives on strategic issues of the moment.
In this issue:
- Nigel Gould-Davies assesses the impact of Western sanctions on Russia, arguing that they represent a major development in economic statecraft
- In a special colloquium on the North Korean nuclear threat, Jina Kim, John K. Warden, Adam Mount, Mira Rapp-Hooper, Vipin Narang, Ankit Panda, Ian Campbell and Michaela Dodge offer their ideas for deterring Pyongyang
- Alexander Klimburg warns that CYBERCOM’s strategy of ‘persistent engagement’ is encouraging a cyber arms race
- And eight more thought-provoking pieces, as well as our regular book reviews and noteworthy column
Table of Contents
Survival 62.1 (February-March 2020), pp. 1–232.
Russia, the West and Sanctions, by Nigel Gould-Davies
Colloquium: Deterring a Nuclear North Korea
Limiting North Korea’s Coercive Nuclear Leverage, by Jina Kim and John K. Warden
Nuclear Stability on the Korean Peninsula, by Adam Mount and Mira Rapp-Hooper
North Korea: Risks of Escalation, by Vipin Narang and Ankit Panda
Deterring North Korea, by Ian Campbell and Michaela Dodge
Noteworthy: After Soleimani – The Iran Crisis
The New Nuclear MADness, by Seyom Brown
Lessons for Negotiating with North Korea, by Edward Ifft
Mixed Signals: A Flawed Approach to Cyber Deterrence, by Alexander Klimburg
Deterring Cyber Coercion: The Exaggerated Problem of Attribution, by David Blagden
Contemplating a Russia–Japan Rapprochement, by Olga Puzanova
Political Transition on the Great Steppe: The Case of Kazakhstan, by Morena Skalamera Groce
Serbian Interests in an Independent Kosovo, by A. Ross Johnson
Greenland’s Hidden Treasure, by Jeffrey Mazo
The Church and the Military in Russia, by Mathieu Boulègue
Russia and Eurasia, by Angela Stent
War, Conflict and the Military, by Rosa Brooks
Asia-Pacific, by Lanxin Xiang
Letter to the Editor, by Siavush Randjbar-Daemi
Impeachment, Trump and US Foreign Policy, by Dana H. Allin
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