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Justin Bronk is a Research Fellow specialising in combat airpower and technology in the Military Sciences team at RUSI. He is also... read more
A recent command transformation announced in the UK may have drawn inspiration from an unlikely source: China.
A report on a recent roundtable analysing how information may be having an impact on Ukrainian politics.
RUSI's 2019 International Day of the Peacekeepers conference brought together speakers from the UN and several states to discuss UN peacekeeping operations.
The current debate about Britain’s shrinking numbers of main battle tanks obscures the need for a much deeper discussion about the country’s strategic choices.
Ukraine’s decision to impose martial law in parts of its territory in the wake of the latest Russian military provocation is not helpful and does not answer Ukraine’s strategic weaknesses.
Justin Bronk reviews Modern Chinese Warplanes: Chinese Air Force – Combat Aircraft and Units, by Andreas Rupprecht.
Jack Watling and Adam Maisel
Adversaries currently outmatch the British Army in information warfare. While it is encouraging that officers with a background in combat arms are calling for the development of this capability however, it is important not to expect too much.
To counter disinformation campaigns, liberal democracies should focus on second-strike capabilities.
This annual conference, jointly organised by the United Nations Association – UK, UNA-Westminster and RUSI, is the UK’s most authoritative public review of UN peacekeeping activities.
This conference will seek to re-examine what the optimal survivability mix might look like in the late 2020s, 2030s, in light of current trends of both combat air systems design and emerging...
The conference, the first of its kind, featured senior executives and government officials in charge of total defence and civil protection. It aimed to identify practical steps that can be taken to...