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Keohane, Daniel
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Nünlist, Christian
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Thompson, Jack
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Zapfe, Martin
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Thränert, Oliver
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Zapfe, Martin
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2018-08-13T11:43:41Z
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2018-08-13T11:43:41Z
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2017
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978-3-905696-58-5
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1664-0667
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http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11850/282221
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10.3929/ethz-b-000170077
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In 2016, events such as “Brexit” and the election of Donald Trump in the US have shocked the liberal system, not only because of their specific impact on European and global order, but also because of the sudden speed with which these fundamental changes are occurring. The four chapters of “Strategic Trends 2017” offer early, but informed analyses on the current state and future direction of a very fluid Euro-Atlantic security system. While the foci of the chapters vary and address today’s security challenges from various perspectives – from the OSCE world, Trump’s America, European defense onto NATO – there are some common themes. While analyzing current trends, all authors emphasize historical processes and old problems that have been gestating for years. This is why the impact on the security policies of European states, of NATO and the EU has been so immense: discussions about marginal modifications of the existing architecture are no longer sufficient.
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ETH Zurich, Center for Security Studies (CSS)
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Strategic Trends 2017
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Edited Volume
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In Copyright - Non-Commercial Use Permitted
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Key Developments in Global Affairs
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Strategic Trends
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Strateg. trends
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3 - Social sciences::320 - Political science
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