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RUSI experts and associates provide analysis on the latest developments in defence, security and international affairs.
Kamal Alam and Wajahat S Khan
Saudi Arabia’s new Islamic Military Counter Terrorism Coalition has been hailed as an historic organisation which will not only serve a military purpose but also take the ideological fight against...
The UK Border Force is already over-stretched. So if adequate resources are not in place by the time Brexit comes around in March 2019, this could present many new opportunities for organised crime.
Two key problems must be addressed as law enforcement and financial institutions seek to tackle financial crime together: the danger of creating an exclusive system; and the risk that the daunting...
The UK armed forces will have to wait for a financial settlement until the outcome of the National Security Capability Review. Until then, the budgetary problems at the Ministry of Defence will go...
The Irish government needs to engage the Unionists in Northern Ireland to find some way to prevent a hard border on the island.
Saudi Arabia and Israel appear to be putting aside decades of enmity due to a fear of Iran's nuclear ambitions and its actions in the region. Is this the beginning of a beautiful friendship?
Russian President Vladimir Putin imposes new conditions to normalise Moscow’s relations with Tokyo.
As Saudi Arabia yesterday ordered its citizens to leave Lebanon, Syria seems to be reasserting its historic control over its western neighbour.
Tom Keatinge, Olivier Kraft, Florence Keen, Helena Wood and David Artingstall
RUSI’s Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies welcomes the UK government’s new National Risk Assessment. However, there is a fear that it avoids recognising important systemic weaknesses.
Wars cannot be executed without labourers. During the First World War – and in particular following the terrible losses of the Somme in 1916 – Britain’s War Office assembled an army of workers. Yet...