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RUSI experts and associates provide analysis on the latest developments in defence, security and international affairs.
As Parliament rose for the Easter recess, Prime Minister Theresa May issued a statement announcing the release of the National Security Capability Review.
In 2016, the Global Magnitsky Act was adopted in the US to redress the impunity of human rights abusers and kleptocrats around the world. In the wake of the Salisbury poisonings, would it work for...
The tight economic noose around North Korea is being weakened by the regime’s use of flags of convenience by sanctions-evading ships.
Ann M Fitz-Gerald
With his appointment as Ethiopian Prime Minister designate, can Dr Abiye Ahmed Ali bring the country together?
James Sullivan and Alexander Babuta
The Cambridge Analytica revelations demonstrate the growing pressure on social media companies to restrict the use of personal data for commercial purposes.
Two decades of laying out the welcome mat to Russian cash is haunting the British government in the wake of the assassination attempt in Salisbury.
Thomas Renard and Rik Coolsaet
Two years have passed since terrorists struck at the heart of Brussels, and Belgium has done well in dealing with the threat. However, complacency may be setting in.
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.