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As President-elect Joe Biden commits to tackling illicit finance, Boris Johnson’s lack of leadership on the matter risks being embarrassingly revealed.
Plans by Joe Biden’s incoming US presidential team to use one European regional cooperation structure as a counterpoint to China’s growing influence are unlikely to prove very effective.
David Crouch reviews Toxic: A History of Nerve Agents, From Nazi Germany to Putin’s Russia, by Dan Kaszeta.
Tim Morrison and Rebeccah Heinrichs
France should work with, rather than against, NATO
Dario Romano Fenili
The updated approach to the Libyan civil war could help Italy regain the influence it once had in the Mediterranean, and the ceasefire announced last week could provide grounds for action.
A murky story linking the Balkans to the Caucasus comes to light. Or does it?
Martin Bricknell and Paul Cain
A clear understanding of modern military healthcare will lead to better policy.
Ben Wan Beng Ho
A new long-range land-attack capability could be valuable for the Royal Navy.
John Andreas Olsen
NATO must be nimble as it responds to new challenges, both inside and outside the Alliance.
Does Strategy Matter?
With Saudi Arabia launching air strikes against Houthi rebels in Yemen, RUSI Research Fellow Michael Stephens assesses the implications for the region.
The conference will discuss the findings from a three-year study of elite foreign policy attitudes and security policy preferences, comparing the views of the UK elite with their American...
The launch of a RUSI Occasional Paper exploring financial dimensions of wildlife crime, and the need to disrupt the financial networks of those engaged in this crime.
RUSI hosted a panel to discuss Prof Theo Farrell’s new book ‘Unwinnable: Britain’s War in Afghanistan, 2001-2014’.