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Tom Ascott was previously the Digital Communications Manager at the Royal United Services Institute before leaving in February 2021. In... read more
Sneha Dawda, Ardi Janjeva and Anton Moiseienko
This paper provides targeted, long-term recommendations for stakeholders across government, law enforcement and the private sector to tackle cyber fraud.
Donors are caught in a bind in Afghanistan. But it is a bind that ties.
With Brexit and the transition period over, the UK has formally embarked on its independent sanctions regime. What work has been completed so far and what remains to be done?
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.
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.
Enigma was broken at Bletchley Park because of the Polish decision in 1939 to share all they knew. That led to a radical transformation of British signals intelligence.
Justin Bronk reviews Fighters in the Blood: The Story of a Spitfire Pilot and the Son Who Followed in His Footsteps, by Air Marshal ‘Black’ Robertson.
Andrew Rathmell reviews The Dragons and the Snakes: How the West Learned to Fight the Rest, by David Kilcullen.
Bosnia and Herzegovina’s post-war structure remains fragile, and without international support and scaffolding it risks remaining a frozen conflict.
A briefing ahead of the Modernising Defence Programme's publication, offering a parliamentarian's perspective on what is needed for UK defence and how to go about achieving it.
A lecture by Nia Griffith MP, Labour Member of Parliament for Llanelli and Shadow Secretary of State for Defence, House of Commons.
General Stephen J. Townsend, commander of the US Army Training and Doctrinal Command will deliver the 72nd Annual Kermit Roosevelt Lecture.