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This article is based on the Vice-Admiral's keynote address on 4 May 2007 at the RUSI conference, The Royal Canadian Navy and New Perspectives on the Second World War.
The Dilemma of Frederick Treves: A Civilian Surgeon in the Royal Army Medical Corps During the South African War of 1899–1902RUSI Journal, June 2007
Prominent amongst the civilian surgeons attached to the British military in the Boer War was Frederick Treves.
The Internet, that most contemporary of media, is increasingly a medium of choice: Jihadist websites, forums and blogs flourish.
It is crucial first to examine the reasons for this clash of values and second to unravel the perceptions that fuel the passions behind the terrorist’s mask.
As the EDA’s third birthday approaches, relations between the UK and the agency have soured dramatically.
This article revisits the logistical challenges of the Falklands campaign and examines what became of the recommendations made all those years ago.
With climate change, there is a potentially disastrous new dynamic in conflicts. We have the knowledge and ability to do something about it.
Will the Asia-Pacific witness rising tensions between rising powers, or will globalization and multilateralism lead to stability?
There are obstacles to peace in Nepal, and if the process is derailed the country may sink into greater depths of lawless chaos.
Curbing North Korea’s development of nuclear weapons has long been one of the main challenges for US foreign policy. Recently, the US had changed tack in its approach.Global Security Issues
Collaboration between departments must no longer be seen as an accessory of government in response to modern security challenges, but as necessity.
This article examines the nature of the natural and non-state threats to the UK together with the tools employed to reduce the associated risks.
The Home Secretary delivered the keynote address at the annual RUSI Critical National Infrastructure conference. This text is an article formed from his address.