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Emma De Angelis
Editor Dr Emma De Angelis introduces the August/September 2018 edition of the RUSI Journal.
Michael Clarke and Julian Lewis
Can the alleged poisoning be considered an armed attack?Global Security Issues, UK Defence
Graeme P Herd
Russia’s hybrid state poses a problem for Western attempts to engage Moscow.
Russia is likely to stay in the region for the long term.
North Korea’s Missile Programme and Supply-Side Controls: Lessons for Countering Illicit ProcurementRUSI Journal, October 2018
Pyongyang has proved adept at evading sanctions.Aerospace, Technology
Aniseh Bassiri Tabrizi
Groups of states acting outside formal EU mechanisms may allow the UK to contribute to European foreign policy.European Union, Brexit
Aldwin Wight and James Spencer
Its history provides important insights on the current situation in Yemen.Military Personnel, Technology
Jeremy Mooney and John Crackett
The purpose of the Army Reserve has changed substantially in the past century.Armed Forces
Insight, Forecasts and Sometimes Getting It Wrong: A Comment on Three RUSI Journal Articles from 1920RUSI Journal, October 2018
A comment on three articles published in the Journal following the First World War.Armed Forces, Land Forces, Maritime Forces
A review of Aftermath: Art in the Wake of World War One.The Great War, Art, Culture and Literature, History
John Scarlett reviews Principled Spying: The Ethics of Secret Intelligence, by David Omand and Mark PhythianIntelligence, Law and Ethics
Diana Clark Gill
Diana Clark Gill reviews Mutual Radicalisation: How Groups and Nations Drive Each Other to Extremes, by Fathali M MoghaddamTackling Extremism, Terrorism
Lukas Milevski reviews Gambling and War: Risk, Reward, and Chance in International Conflict, by Justin ConradThe Great War, Global Strategy and Commitments, History
Jeff Carter reviews Does War Make States? Investigations of Charles Tilly's Historical Sociology, edited by Lars Bo Kaspersen and Jeppe StrandsbjergHistory