Paul Rogers lectures on international security, with a focus on the interactions of socio-economic divisions and environmental constraints.

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Tunisia, Iran and ISIS - how they connect. How do the recent mass protests in both countries relate to some of the underlying reasons for support for movements such as ISIS?  https://www.opendemocracy.net/paul-rogers/isis-and-tunisia-iran-deeper-link 
Risk of nuclear war: an assessment of whether there really is a risk of war between the US and North Korea in the next three years.  https://www.opendemocracy.net/paul-rogers/what-are-chances-of-nuclear-nightmare 
ISIS -set for a comeback. Why any talk of the defeat of ISIS dangerously underestimates it potential for a return, even in Iraq: https://t.co/NAkCXvtCVh
2017: A Troubled Year But With Signs of Hope Oxford Research Group's international security briefing for December, reflecting on the year just ending. https://t.co/2HzVcLIZKS
Wars to Come. How paramilitary combat experience in wars in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, and many other states, often against very well armed and trained western forces, will aid how the successors to ISIS fare: https://t.co/t9UsmFDSuZ
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