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Mungo Melvin became a Senior Associate Fellow of RUSI in January 2012, having been a member for over thirty years.
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Hilary Hurd reviews How NATO Adapts: Strategy and Organization in the Atlantic Alliance since 1950, by Seth A Johnston.
New technologies and the rapid growth of the civilian space sector are creating new challenges.
John Hemmings review China Matters: Getting it Right for Australia by Bates Gill and Linda Jakobson.
The security services face an enormous challenge in preventing these types of terrorist attacks.
Belgium has accomplished much since last year’s devastating terrorist attacks – the worst in its history. But the threats continue, and new security vulnerabilities are becoming apparent.
The chairman of the independent review into Britain’s National Ship Building Strategy is advocating a ‘cheap and cheerful’ Royal Navy. However, Sir John Parker is unlikely to face action on the unsuitable ships he is proposing.
The events before the Falklands War in 1982 and the Iraq War in 2003 illustrate the importance of high-quality military advice to civilian leaders.
Peter Layton reviews Australia's Defence Strategy: Evaluating Alternatives for a Contested Asia by Adam Lockyer
The British Army is slowly recognising the valuable role which can be played by deputy commanders.
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
RUSI's International Director Dr Jonathan Eyal argues that Europe must stay united in 2016 to confront its internal and external challenges, including a changing of the guard in Washington
This year’s lecture will be delivered by Nancy Lindborg, the President of the United States Institute for Peace, on how strategy can be used in conflict resolution and peace making.
Exploring and assessing the findings of the Iraq Inquiry and what this means for UK defence and foreign policy making.
A presentation by Sven Hughes, Founder, Verbalisation Ltd, on the changes needed in the new era of information warfare.