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RUSI experts and associates provide analysis on the latest developments in defence, security and international affairs.
Jennifer Cole and Sobhan Vinjamuri
Britain will have to strike new international agreements with other countries to maintain access to nuclear power technology after indicating that it is minded to leave Euratom, which has controlled...
Cathy Haenlein and Alexander Babuta
On the eve of hearings in the US Congress, RUSI research highlights the persistent problem of cigarette smuggling and suggests a more coherent approach to tackling the issue.
With a renewed defence diplomatic effort in the Gulf and Afghanistan, Pakistan’s army is determined to dispel misconceptions and address allegations made by both adversaries and allies.
Tom Keatinge and Florence Keen
For global political leaders, tackling terrorist financing was again centre stage at the G20. Still, a continued fixation on ‘spotting’ sums of money is wrongheaded.
A speech by Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov is a timely reminder of the chasm between how Moscow and many Western policymakers view the world order.
The British government’s strategy for tackling the finances of organised crime merits a rethink.
For nearly 20 years, the financial sector has been required to report suspicions of terrorist-related transactions. Should similar requirements apply to suspicious communications on social media?
The British military is facing a serious financial challenge, with an estimated £20 billion black hole to plug, and the inconclusive 8 June general election providing no way forward.
While there is a strong relationship between the US and South Korea, the new administrations in both capitals face challenges in adopting a common approach to Pyongyang.
Mixed messages from the Financial Action Task Force’s latest plenary are unlikely to enhance Iran’s access to banking.