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The new US administration is keen to regain its pivotal role in the UN. Not before time – and the agenda is daunting.
NATO needs to review its traditionally cautious approach to the Arctic.
Jack Watling and Sean MacFarland
This paper examines the future of the corps echelon in NATO, its role on the future battlefield and how it will need to be resourced.
The UK’s newly announced defence centre on artificial intelligence is still a vision, in search of a role.
A UN-sponsored political dialogue on Libya’s future has begun. Although clearly a positive step, it is unlikely to provide the solution to peace.
The Alliance’s newest member could provide a bold and meaningful opportunity for NATO to show how serious it is about its 2030 initiative.
Andrew Futter and Bleddyn E Bowen
A cocktail of major events might have serious implications for the UK's nuclear deterrent.
NATO has declared space to be an operational domain. Questions must be addressed to understand what this means for future strategy and capabilities.
Dr Jack Watling, Research Fellow at RUSI, discusses what the new agenda might be for the new Defence Secretary, Penny Mordaunt.
A round table discussion on the up coming NATO summit between Jonathan Eyal, Malcolm Chalmers and Emily Winterbotham.
Still, the historic symbolism of today's summit will not be lost on anyone. For the Polish capital was the place where the old Soviet Union established the Warsaw Pact, the communist bloc's response...
RUSI is partnering with the Ministry of Defence of Georgia to deliver the 10th Georgia Defence and Security Conference held on May 24/25 in Tbilisi. The programme will feature a range of issues...
A major research project into military covenants and how signatories put their commitments into practice has today been announced by Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) and Nationwide Building...
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.
An address by Her Excellency Mrs Erna Solberg, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Norway.