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Dr Karin von Hippel became Director-General of the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) on 30 November 2015.
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Pakistan has had a long and complicated relationship with terrorism, but the recent Aman-21 naval exercise hosted by Pakistan is evidence of its military multilateralism.
Russia is seeking to preserve its influence in Libya through a number of innovative approaches.
Andrea Ghiselli and Maria Grazia Erika Giuffrida
China is attempting to weaken US power in the region but falling short of establishing its own sphere of influence.
Albert B Wolf
As counter-intuitive as it may seem, the creation of a further autonomous region could strengthen the Iraqi state.
While far-right chatter indicates an interest in the use of UAVs for attacks, other methods remain more popular.
Georgia Holmer reviews Avoiding the Terrorist Trap: Why Respect for Human Rights is the Key to Defeating Terrorism, by Tom Parker.
In this episode Karin talks to Sir John Scarlett about his career in the British Secret Intelligence Service, including his time as Chief. They discuss the collapse of the Soviet Union, 9/11 and even...
Aaditya Dave, Research Analyst at RUSI, talks terror in Afghanistan in the wake of the recent attacks.
Today the Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation publishes its review into bias in algorithmic decision-making, incorporating RUSI research on the use of algorithms in policing.
RUSI experts present research findings to European Parliament’s Special Committee on Terrorism.
New international research network to examine terrorists' use of internet technologies.
In his first major speech as Security Minister, The Rt Hon James Brokenshire MP set out the evolving threat posed by terrorism in the UK.
The first webinar in this series will provide a data-driven update on how the Arabic speaking core of the Salafi-Jihadi information ecosystem has continued to evolve.
RUSI experts offered their assessments on the impact of Covid-19 in the Middle East.