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RUSI experts and associates provide analysis on the latest developments in defence, security and international affairs.
Progress over the cross-strait issue can only proceed with new thinking from Beijing; the current offer has been heard before.
Turkey's decision to authorize a deployment of troops to Iraq will be enough to persuade Iraq to take action against the PKK and the US to develop a more pragmatic reading of Ottoman history.
The 2007 European Union – African Union summit, which is scheduled to start in Lisbon on 12 November 2007, is already freighted with the weight of great expectations.
The next Australian government will face some tough dilemmas in international policy, especially in defence and security.
The Implications of the Hyuga on Regional Security
Will it end up in a blind alley?
Reshuffle of top PLA officers, and expectations of a stern warning from the Communit Party leadership at this years party congress suggest a turbulent year ahead for cross strait relations
There are undoubtedly myriad complex reasons, some good and some bad, behind Gordon Brown’s decision not hold a snap General Election in November 2007.
RUSI’s fourth annual resilience conference took place on 19-20 September 2007, supported by a diverse cast of speakers, perspectives and issues. The conference was framed around the idea of ‘...
Au revoir to old dreams of a 'Paris-Moscow axis'?