With a diverse range of authors, 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
Commentary -- Iraq: Back to the Future /Raad Alkadiri -- The Korean Crises and Sino-American Rivalry /Benjamin Schreer and Brendan Taylor -- Noteworthy -- The New Cyber Threat -- Stuxnet and the Future of Cyber War /James P. Farwell and Rafal Rohozinski -- Mobilising Cyber Power /Alexander Klimburg -- Progress and Politics -- Can Bad Governance be Good for Development? /Sam Wilkin -- The Socio-economics of Geopolitical Change /Peter J. Munson -- Al-Qaeda and the Struggle for Yemen /Sarah Phillips -- Climate Change and Security at the Third Pole /Katherine Morton -- Policing the Waves: Maritime Paramilitaries in the Asia-Pacific /Christian Le Miere -- Review Essays -- The Art of Grand Strategy /Braz Baracuhy -- Mad Men? /Adrian Lyttelton -- More Than Muddling Through /Ben Barry -- Book Reviews -- Arms, Arms Control and Technology /Bruno Tertrais -- Politics and International Relations /Gilles Andreani -- Asia-Pacific /Lanxin Xiang -- Brief Notices -- Letter to the Editor -- Closing Argument -- Leaks and Lessons /Frangois Heisbourg.