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RUSI experts and associates provide analysis on the latest developments in defence, security and international affairs.
The British Army’s experience with outsourcing its recruitment to a commercial firm is not going well.
Ukraine’s current predicament is a reminder of how Western governments have failed to anchor the country in existing security structures
The detention of a chief Huawei executive has spotlighted yet again a controversial Chinese technology giant, and may be a harbinger of stronger international pressure on the company.
An MP’s plea for a broader and more inclusive public debate about the security threats facing the UK.
Juliana Suess and Tobias Borck
The meteoric rise of what used to be a single-issue party has the potential to transform Germany’s politics and international posture just as much as the forthcoming election of a new Chancellor.
Russia is emulating approaches used by cybercriminals as it blurs the line between state and non-state activities in cyberspace
The Future Security Partnership with the EU keeps options open for future security cooperation – but the UK will have to decide how much sovereignty it is prepared to give up to maintain current...
Tom Keatinge and Anton Moiseienko
Pakistan’s new government came to power 100 days ago vowing to fight corruption and recover looted national wealth. But the UK is integral to Pakistan’s anti-corruption effort, and London would be...
As a political and military reassurance, a recent NATO exercise in the Baltic region makes sense. But Russia’s real levers of influence over the Baltic states are not military, and NATO may not be...
NATO’s Trident Juncture 2018 military exercise has served to solidify ties between member states, but the Alliance remains vulnerable in the eventuality of a military confrontation from Russia.