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Whitehall Papers

The Whitehall Paper series provides in-depth studies of specific developments, issues or themes in the field of national and international defence and security. Published twice a year, Whitehall Papers reflect the highest standards of original research and analysis, and are invaluable background material for policy-makers and specialists alike.

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  1. Turkey's New Foreign Policy

    Davutoglu, the AKP and the Pursuit of Regional Order

    By Aaron Stein

    Series: Whitehall Papers

    Turkey’s Justice and Development Party (AKP), after coming to power in 2002, sought to play a larger diplomatic role in the Middle East. The AKP adopted a proactive foreign policy to create ‘strategic depth’ by expanding Turkey’s zone of influence in the region, drawing on the opportunities of...

    Published January 19th 2015 by Routledge

  2. Securing Sierra Leone, 1997–2013

    Defence, Diplomacy and Development in Action

    By Peter Albrecht, Paul Jackson

    Series: Whitehall Papers

    Between 1991 and 2002, Sierra Leone was wracked by a devastating civil war and the complete collapse of state institutions. Since then, however, the UK’s contribution to post-war reconstruction has been widely held up as an example of successful stabilisation and state-building – particularly of...

    Published December 9th 2014 by Routledge

  3. The Defence Industrial Triptych

    Government as a Customer, Sponsor and Regulator of Defence Industry

    By Henrik Heidenkamp, John Louth, Trevor Taylor

    Series: Whitehall Papers

    The relationship between government and the businesses that contribute towards the defence and security of the state is a critical one; it often underscores a modern state’s foreign policy and sense of place in the world. Yet, despite its clear importance, this subject is underexplored and rarely...

    Published December 31st 2013 by Routledge

  4. Destination NATO

    Defence Reform in Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2003–13

    By Rohan Maxwell, John Andreas Olsen

    Series: Whitehall Papers

    Defence reform has been a major component of Bosnia’s stabilisation and nation-building. Though true for many cases of post-conflict transition, it is especially so for Bosnia, which arguably has the most complex state structure in Europe. Ten years on from the start of Bosnia’s defence-reform...

    Published July 1st 2013 by Routledge

  5. Less is Better

    Nuclear Restraint at Low Numbers

    By Malcolm Chalmers

    Series: Whitehall Papers

    Despite the rise of ‘new’ security threats like terrorism, cyber-war and piracy, the terrible destructive power of nuclear weapons still hangs over the world. Discussion on further strategic nuclear arms reduction has tended to be dominated by the analysis of possible trade-offs between the US and...

    Published February 4th 2013 by Routledge

  6. The Permanent Crisis

    Iran’s Nuclear Trajectory

    By Shashank Joshi

    Series: Whitehall Papers

    The quickening pace of Iran’s nuclear activities has produced an international sense of urgency. Sanctions have intensified, while fears of an Israeli strike abound. Talks have briefly eased the tension, before failing due to fundamental differences between Iran and the West. There seem to be dim...

    Published December 21st 2012 by Routledge

  7. The Global Partnership Against WMD

    Success and Shortcomings of G8 Threat Reduction since 9/11

    By Alan Heyes, Wyn Q. Bowen, Hugh Chalmers

    Series: Whitehall Papers

    The 9/11 terrorist attacks prompted a new urgency in efforts to deal with chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear proliferati on. The potential acquisition and use by terrorist groups of such weaponry was suddenly a much increased threat. The G8 Global Partnership against the Spread of...

    Published September 27th 2012 by Routledge

  8. The Afghan Papers

    Committing Britain to War in Helmand, 2005–06

    By Michael Clarke

    Series: Whitehall Papers

    In 2006, British forces entered the Helmand Province of Afghanistan in what would become one of the defining military campaigns of the decade. At great cost in blood and treasure, the UK waged a protracted counter-insurgency against a resurgent Taliban. But how was the decision taken to commit...

    Published June 22nd 2012 by Routledge

  9. Environmental Security in the Arctic Ocean

    Promoting Co-operation and Preventing Conflict

    By Paul Arthur Berkman

    Series: Whitehall Papers

    The North Pole is being transformed from a sea-ice cap to a seasonally ice-free sea within the next few decades. This fundamental shift in the boundary conditions of the Arctic Ocean will create a new natural system with different dynamics than anything previously experienced by humans in the...

    Published February 1st 2012 by Routledge

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