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RUSI experts and associates provide analysis on the latest developments in defence, security and international affairs.
As Lenin once quipped at a key turning moment in his revolution, chto delat? (What is to be done?). That is precisely the question facing the UK after the attempted assassination in Salisbury of...
The resignation last month of Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn has shaken the assumption that the East African state is a ‘bastion of stability’ in an unstable region.
There has been a flurry of headlines relating to the US, North Korea and Pyongyang's nuclear and missile programmes. However, this time it’s not about a nuclear war, it’s about meetings and dialogue.
On Sunday, Russians vote in a presidential election that is in a effect a referendum on the performance of President Vladimir Putin.
Scandinavia has a robust homeland defence system that is popular and works.
Stunning news overnight, as US President Donald Trump agreed to an unprecedented summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un by the end of May. Or did he?
On International Women’s Day, a member of RUSI’s staff offers some reflections on the constant struggle for a more adequate and equitable female representation in the defence and security sector.
The language of deterrence was once more at the centre of policy discussion at the recent 2018 Munich Security Conference in February. Whether US Secretary of Defense James Mattis’s talk on tailored...
The latest FATF plenary has drawn the financial technical standard-setter deep into uncomfortable political territory.
Ukraine’s current fight against Russian aggression carries deep historic resonances which we ignore at our peril.