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RAND Europe examined the scope for collaboration between European states in light and medium multirole helicopters throughout their life-cycle (incl. maintenance, procurement, upgrade and R&D), in support of the European Defence Agency (EDA).
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The meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un at the DMZ may lead to follow-on talks. But the success of future negotiations depends on Kim actually taking action to denuclearize.
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RAND | International Affairs by David E. Johnson; Agnes Gereben Sch.. - 2w ago
This brief recounts the U.S. Army's efforts in the Iraq War, especially in Baghdad, and offers lessons learned and recommendations to enable leaders and soldiers to be better prepared in future conflicts.
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RAND | International Affairs by James Dobbins; Andrew Radin; Stepha.. - 3w ago
African-led missions are often the peacekeepers of last resort, taking on tasks rejected by others. Two of the six African operations examined helped set a relatively peaceful trajectory. Three of the missions contributed to improving security.
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RAND | International Affairs by James Dobbins; James Pumzile Machak.. - 3w ago
What have the peacekeeping missions undertaken by African institutions in Burundi, the Central African Republic, Darfur, the Comoros, Somalia, and the Lake Chad Basin achieved?
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Russia and China have significantly increased their engagement in the Middle East in recent years. In this new era of strategic competition, what could the United States do to compete successfully?
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In this paper, the author proposes a graduated menu of response options for the United States to consider in the event that China undertakes irreversible actions to alter the status quo of Scarborough Shoal.
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Political scientist Ji-Young Lee will be the inaugural holder of the Korea Policy Chair at RAND in September. She will manage a research agenda on Korea's international security relations, mentor Korea studies scholars, and build partnerships with Korean research institutes.
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RAND | International Affairs by Lyle J. Morris; Michael J. Mazarr; .. - 3w ago

America is entering a period of intensifying strategic competition with rivals like Russia and China. U.S. officials expect this to be played out below the threshold of armed conflict, in what is called the gray zone between peace and war. What policy options does the United States have to respond to gray zone threats?
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RAND | International Affairs by Gene Germanovich; J.d. Williams; St.. - 3w ago
RAND researchers facilitated three wargaming events to explore command and control of NATO's amphibious forces in major combat operations. The authors note results and implications for future force development.

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