Ian Fleming

Ian Fleming has an M.A. & B. A. in International Politics by the University of South Africa. He has been published in Asian Journal of Peace. His areas of research include nuclear diplomacy, cybersecurity, and foreign policy. He is currently serving as the Editor in Chief for IAPSS journal ADV and is the Chairperson of the IAPSS SRC on Conflict Security & Crime. Furthermore, he is a member of the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Organization Youth Group. In addition, he is a board member of the British American Security Information Council's Emerging Voices Network.

The Crisis in Ukraine and the Remnants of the East-West Cold War Politics

The Ukrainian standoff between the West and Russia has echoes of the rivalry that existed between the United States and Russia during the Cold War.

The paradox of a Nuclear Arms Race in the Age of the Nonproliferation Regime

A nuclear arms race in an international system that has in effect the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT) and the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT)...

What Does the United States’ Foreign Policy Reset Mean?

The United States’ foreign policy just hit another ‘reset milestone’, following the Trump administration's foreign policy that had almost diminished the country's global leadership...

The Price for North Korea to Relinquish Its Nuclear Program Just Went Up

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The Fragile Foundation of Détente on the Korean Peninsula

The cycle of provocations on the Korean Peninsula, particularly caused by North Korea’s need to step up the escalatory ladder can be understood through...

Is It Time to Start Discussing North Korea Without Kim Jong-un?

North Korea's dynastic ruling system has been working for the Kim family even though the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) is not a...

American Withdrawal From the INF Treaty: A Signal for a New Nuclear Arms Race?

After almost 32 years since the United States of America and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics entered into a treaty to eliminate their...

Trapped in Crossfire: Addressing the Drivers and Dynamics of the War in Yemen

The war in Yemen has become a case study example of what happens when two rival countries indulge in a power struggle for dominance....

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