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This Week's Two Security Watch Series

This week, our first Security Watch (SW) series focuses on Iran’s conventional missile program; the need for a stakeholder-centric counterinsurgency doctrine; Azerbaijan’s readjusted security policy; the cutting-edge military technologies DARPA is pursuing; and the status of secession in international politics. Then, in our second SW series, we look at the factors behind the global refugee crisis; the so-called Islamic State’s presence in Pakistan; the frayed edges of international law; the contested utility of EU Special Representatives; and whether secession is justified, particularly in the case of Kashmir.

Video: What Went Wrong with Liberalism?

In today’s video, Harvard University’s Stephen Walt concludes that liberalism is in rough straits because of policy blunders by Europe and the United States, a misunderstanding of self-determination, and corrupt political classes.

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