Hall Gardner

Hall Gardner is professor and chair of the department of International and Comparative Politics, American University of Paris; a member of the Group of Experts of the EastWest Institute that produced the report: Euro-Atlantic Security: One Vision, Three Paths after the August 2008 Georgia-Russia War. He is co-editor of  The Ashgate Companion to War: Origins and Prevention (Ashgate: Feburary 2012) and author of American Global Strategy and the ‘War on Terrorism’ (Ashgate, 2007); Averting Global War (Palgrave, 2010); and a book of poetry, The Wake-Up Blast (Narcissus Press, 2008).

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    Averting a new NATO-Russian arms race
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    Angered by the decision to push NATO eastwards and the prospect of other post-Soviet states soon joining the alliance, Russia has become engaged in a game of high-risk brinkmanship with the US. A swift ‘resetting of the reset' is needed if dangerous rivalries are to be prevented from spiralling out of control, says Hall Gardner.

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    A dangerous transition in the 'greater Middle East'
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    Revolutions have overthrown post-colonial regimes throughout the Middle East and north Africa, but the region is still in a delicate phase of transition. Rivalry between Iran, Israel, Saudi Arabia and Turkey could destabilize the region further, with dire consequences

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