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The UK’s application to join a free trade arrangement based around the Pacific Rim may result in a fundamental reorientation of the country’s global posture.
This Occasional Paper examines national cyber security strategies from around the world and identifies six recurring policy challenges to be considered when building a national cyber strategy.
The G7 summit this year is a key opportunity to reassert the importance of Western unity in international affairs. Here is an outline of how this could be done.
The mandate of the UN operation in Mali to which the UK is currently contributing is suffering from handicaps which have been known for many years, but have yet to be addressed.
Israel, the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Iraq will be looking to influence the Biden administration’s Iran policy. Maintaining access to and engagement with these influencers will be important for the UK’s regional ties.
As President-elect Joe Biden commits to tackling illicit finance, Boris Johnson’s lack of leadership on the matter risks being embarrassingly revealed.
Rod Thornton and Marina Miron
Russia is expecting artificial intelligence to have strategic consequences in cyberspace.
Proportionality is at the heart of successful grand strategies.
The Arctic is increasingly linked to North Atlantic security issues.
Senior representatives from the main parties took part in a RUSI home affairs debate ahead of the election.
Admiral Sir Philip Jones KCB ADC on the the lessons of the Gallipoli Campaign and combined operations.
An 'in-conversation' style event with Sir Sherard Cowper-Coles KCMG LVO.