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Professor Malcolm Chalmers is Deputy Director-General of the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI). His research is focused on UK... read more
Cultural celebrity Zakhar Prilepin is a prominent voice in Russia’s militaristic popular discourse.
Christian Nünlist reviews NATO’s Return to Europe: Engaging Ukraine, Russia, and Beyond, edited by Rebecca R Moore and Damon Coletta.
Peter Roberts and Sidharth Kaushal
What are the strengths of strategic net assessment?
The suspension of US–South Korean military exercises is a vital step in the broader effort to build confidence on the Korean peninsula.
The British Army’s experience with outsourcing its recruitment to a commercial firm is not going well.
An MP’s plea for a broader and more inclusive public debate about the security threats facing the UK.
Jeff Carter reviews Does War Make States? Investigations of Charles Tilly's Historical Sociology, edited by Lars Bo Kaspersen and Jeppe Strandsbjerg
The new president prefers funding current capabilities over technological innovation.
Can the alleged poisoning be considered an armed attack?
RUSI's Deputy Director-General Professor Malcolm Chalmers considers improvements in the UK's standing abroad and the potential consequences of a Brexit from the EU
Professor Michael Clarke, Director General of RUSI, gives his immediate assessment of the launch of the UK's SDSR, published alongside the National Security Strategy.
Defence has been an issue discussed at the UK General Election, in particular, whether the UK can commit to 2% of GDP. RUSI Research Director Professor Malcolm Chalmers explains the importance and...
This year’s Lord Trenchard Memorial Lecture be delivered by Air Marshal Stuart Atha CB DSO MA BSs RAF, Deputy Commander Operations, Royal Air Force.
This panel discussion will examine the latest developments in the Cyprus peace talks.
RUSI hosted a panel to discuss Prof Theo Farrell’s new book ‘Unwinnable: Britain’s War in Afghanistan, 2001-2014’.