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Dr Emma De Angelis
Editor Dr Emma De Angelis introduces the December 2012 edition of the RUSI Journal.
The UK government's decision to revert to the F-35B Lightning II variant for its new aircraft carriers may have the positive (if unintended) outcome of enforcing a re-think in strategy.Defence Policy, UK Defence
The UK's decision to choose the F-35B variant of the Lightning II may have saddled the military with a more expensive, less effective platform.Defence Policy, UK Defence
Sovereignty, security and stewardship lie at the core of UK policy towards its South Atlantic Overseas Territories, including the Falklands.UK Defence
The failed BAE Systems-EADS merger demonstrated the possible consequences of confusing corporate and national strategy.UK Defence
With the Arctic ice melting, how can the UK position itself at the strategic heart of the emerging 'Wider North'?Global Security Issues
As the tenth anniversary of the Iraq War approaches, it is important not to forget the strategic and military lessons of Operation Telic.UK Defence
'Living on Gold Should be a Blessing; Instead it is a Curse': Mass Rape and Genocide by Attrition in the Democratic Republic of the CongoRUSI Journal, December 2012
Although primarily associated with women, the widespread use of mass rape against men, women and boys in the DRC effectively constitutes 'genocide by attrition'.Global Security Issues
The Walls That Did Not Come Tumbling Down: Are the Early Neolithic Walls of Jericho the First Evidence of Warfare?RUSI Journal, December 2012
Could the famous walls at Jericho actually be the first evidence of warfare?History
The then US Secretary of the Navy recalls his personal experience of the Falklands War – and of the enduring 'special relationship'.History
Reviews by Christopher Coker, Michael Clarke, Gary Sheffield, Paul Moorcraft and more.