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This Week's Two Security Watch Series

This week, our first Security Watch (SW) series focuses on the further professionalization of international police forces; the evolution of war and conflict in Africa; the potential role of women in NATO Special Operations Forces; the military dimensions of state power in the Great Lakes region of Africa; and Europe’s indirect impact on military security in East Asia. Then, in our second SW series, we look at the ability of investment treaties to undermine human rights; NATO’s precarious solidarity; the levels of public support terrorism receives in Muslim majority countries; the prospects of an independent Iraqi Kurdistan; and the unfolding famine in Northeast Nigeria.

Video: Easternization

As global wealth and influence flow from west to east, Asia’s growth is increasingly being tied to global integration. However, in the US this process of easternization is often portrayed as a threat to American jobs and security. In today’s video, Gideon Rachman considers whether there’s an alternative to this zero sum assessment of US-Asia relations.

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