Survival, the Institute of Strategic Studies' quarterly journal, is a leading forum for analysis and debate of international and strategic affairs. With a diverse range of authors, eight to ten articles per issue, plus thoughtful reviews and review essays, Survival is scholarly in depth while vivid, well-written and policy-relevant in approach. Shaped by its editors to be both timely and forward-thinking, the journal encourages writers to challenge conventional wisdom and bring fresh, often controversial, perspectives to bear on the strategic issues of the moment.
Table of Contents
Summaries -- Six Days and Forty Years -- Inducing a Failed State in Palestine /Yezid Sayigh -- Space Race -- China's Military Space Strategy /Ashley ]. Tellis -- Power Grid -- Unipolar Illusions /David P. Calleo -- A Strategic View of Energy Futures /Mathew Burrows and Gregory F. Treverton -- Moscow's Balkan Policy -- Russia and the Deadlock over Kosovo /Oksana Antonenko -- Terror Resurgent? -- The Return of the Knights: al-Qaeda and the Fruits of Middle East Disorder /Bruce Riedel -- US Counter-terrorism Options: A Taxonomy /Daniel Byman -- Beyond the Dirty Bomb: Re-thinking Radiological Terror /James M. Acton, M. Brooke Rogers and Peter D. Zimmerman -- Plus -- The Iranian Nuclear Impasse /Tim Guldimann -- America's Global Role after Bush /Bruce W. Jentleson -- Review Essay -- Charting a New Course /Kishore Mahbubani -- Newly Arrived Titles.