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RUSI is the podium of choice for world leaders and senior policymakers, and is ideally placed to attract high-quality speakers and participants at its events. These vary in size and format from set-piece lectures to conferences and seminars.

UK Defence and Security Policy: The Labour Party’s Vision

26 February 2021, 11:00

With the Government’s long-awaited Integrated Review expected to be published shortly and a new funding settlement for the MoD announced...

Russians Among Us: Sleeper Cells, Ghost Stories and the Hunt for Putin’s Agents

10 March 2021, 16:00

In 2010, a group of Russian deep cover ‘sleeper agents’ were arrested in the US. It was the culmination of a decade-long investigation, and...

Future War and the Defence of Europe

01 April 2021, 14:00

Europeans should be under no illusion: unless they do far more for their own defence, and do this very differently, all that they now take...

Combat Air Power 2021: Competing Visions for the Future

24 March 2021, 9:30

Each of the three efforts is aiming to eventually field a family of systems which will work together to deliver future air power effects. However, exactly what form this family of systems will take...

Precision Strike in 21st Century Multidomain Operations

13 May 2021, 12:00

The ‘democratisation’ of access to long-range precision strike assets once thought to be components of an exclusively Western revolution in military affairs will have important ramifications for the...

Royal Navy / RUSI Digital Seminar: The Role of the Navy in National Resilience

22 May 2020, 14:30

The immediate ramifications of unforeseen disruptions as well as their second order effects with regards to trade and global stability will require navies to coordinate with civilian and non-governmental agencies to deliver a whole of government...

Mapping a Pandemic: Britain and Europe After The Pandemic

21 May 2020, 14:00

Mapping the Pandemic Series For many opponents of Britain’s membership in the European Union, the chief argument in favour of Brexit was the EU’s alleged determination to transform itself into a “superstate”. But as the current coronavirus...

Covid-19: What’s next for financial crime policy and digital identity

19 May 2020, 15:00

Overnight, the Covid-19 pandemic has fueled the flames of financial crime policy debates that have been burning for a number of years – including what effective identification should look like in a digital era. We now are faced with the question:...

RUSI Terrorism and Conflict Research Group Launch of the Prevention Project: A Seminar Series Exploring the Evidence Base for P/CVE

18 May 2020, 14:00

Prevention is a vital pillar of counterterrorism (CT) strategies across the globe. Yet despite nearly 20 years of preventative initiatives this issue continues to be highly politicised, misunderstood and contested. To help address this, RUSI has...

Mapping a Pandemic: Policing the UK during Covid- 19

14 May 2020, 14:00

The coronavirus pandemic represents one of the the biggest challenges to UK policing since the Second World War. Some aspects of criminal behaviour are very likely to decrease during periods of social distancing, for example alcohol-related...

The Corona Lessons: Learning from the Fight Against Coronavirus

13 May 2020, 14:00

Speaker: Uga Dumpis MD PhD Introductory remarks by Deputy Prime Minister Artis Pabriks PhD To date Latvia, a country of some two million inhabitants, has only had 858 coronavirus infections and 15 deaths. That puts the country in an elite group of...

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The Southern Stratagem: North Korean Proliferation Financing in Southern and Eastern Africa

13 May 2020, 13:00

North Korea adapts its proliferation financing activities to the particular opportunities available in each of the regions in which it operates. Sub-Saharan Africa has been no different.The Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies hosted an...

Terrorism and the Mass Media Launch Event

11 May 2020, 14:00

Access paper here An independent piece of research commissioned by London Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner of Specialist Operations Neil Basu, this paper examines the role the media can play in amplifying the impact of terrorism. It...

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Does the Current Strategy to Counter Terrorist Financing Work?

07 May 2020, 14:00

Access the paper Since 9/11, targeting the finances of terrorist actors has been a central element of the global counterterrorism landscape. Indeed, the first public shot fired by George W. Bush in his ‘War on Terror’ was a financial measure in the...

Mapping a Pandemic: Britain and China: Unusual Business - The Future Bilateral Relationship

07 May 2020, 14:00

“We ought to look at all sides of this and do it in a balanced way, but there is no doubt that we can’t have business as usual after this crisis”. This is how Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab characterised the challenge he believes Britain is facing...

Reflections on Victory in Europe 75 Years On

05 May 2020, 16:00

8 May 1945 – VE (Victory in Europe) Day – was one that remained in the memory of all those who witnessed it. It meant an end to nearly six years of a war that had cost the lives of millions; had destroyed homes, families and cities; and had brought...

The US Cyberspace Solarium Commission: An Exclusive Briefing on the Commission’s Recommendations

04 May 2020, 15:00

Commissioners Samantha Ravich and Chris Ingles, and Executive Director Mark Montgomery, will present the Commission’s recommendation, delivered to the US Congress last month. The Cyberspace Solarium Commission, a bipartisan commission on defending...

Freeports in the UK: Securing the Benefits, Preventing Crime

30 April 2020, 16:00
RUSI Whitehall

In February 2020, the UK government launched a consultation on its plans to establish up to 10 freeports in the UK. The consultation paper envisions freeports as ‘humming hubs of high-quality manufacturing’ and ‘titans of transhipment’, which will...

Mapping a Pandemic: Coronavirus, the Future of Surveillance and the Liberal State

30 April 2020, 14:00

In the early 20th century, Sir Halford Mackinder published a book titled Democratic Ideals and Reality posing the question “Can Democracies Make Strategy?” The question recurred in a variety of guises over the course of the 20th century as...

Whitehall Briefing - UK Security Policy After Brexit

29 April 2020, 12:00
RUSI Whitehall

The economic consequences of the UK leaving the European Union without a deal have received significant attention, but a no-deal Brexit would also have important security implications. Currently, as a member state, the UK is connected to the other...

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