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RUSI experts and associates provide analysis on the latest developments in defence, security and international affairs.
A great deal of rhetoric is expended over China’s gigantic investment initiatives. Still, many of the economic projects are real, and Western governments will be well advised to understand their...
In most elections, defence is more a matter of image and mythology than real policy substance. So, too, this time, in what is destined to be known as the ‘Brexit election’.
The announcement of a snap general election and the rapid conclusion of the shortest Parliament for more than 40 years have undoubtedly placed considerable strain on Westminster. Legislation has been...
France’s newly elected president is now Europe’s hottest political asset. However, despite Emmanuel Macron’s solid electoral victory on Sunday, he remains vulnerable at home, and has yet to...
Leaks of the discussion at a dinner between Prime Minister Theresa May and EU Commission President Jean-Claude Junker have provided London with an early warning of the challenges which lie ahead...
ASEAN is navigating the choppy waters of regional power struggles as it marks a successful half-century.
The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia has descended into political violence, with the US and the EU trying to calm the situation while Russia accuses them of 'gross interference'.
The Borussia Dortmund bus bomber was driven by a financial, rather than an ideological, motive. He brought the make-believe world of Bond villains and conspiracy theorists to life.
What is President Donald Trump’s real approach to both NATO, and the US security guarantee to Europe?
The first round of France’s presidential elections has shown that populists can be kept at bay. However, although the election of Emmanuel Macron as the likely next head of state will reassure the...