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Dr Eyal is the Associate Director, Strategic Research Partnerships, and International Director, at the Royal United Services Institute... read more
Japan's activities in China form an important, but often underappreciated, part of the history of chemical weapons.
Beijing and Tokyo have developed a robust relationship to address the ongoing damage caused by Japan's abandoned chemical weapons.
Neil Kent reviews Sevastopol’s Wars: Crimea from Potemkin to Putin, by Mungo Melvin.
In an interview with RUSI, Daniel Keohane, Senior Researcher at the Centre for Security Studies at ETH Zurich, looks at French President Emmanuel Macron’s vision for a reformed EU.
Chinese, Russian and US cooperation at the UN over North Korea’s nuclear developments does not mean that these countries see the threat in the same way. However, Russia has the potential to play a constructive role in de-escalating tensions.
‘Strong and Stable’ was not a winning slogan for British Prime Minister Theresa May and her ruling Conservatives, but it seems an apt description of Germany and its Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Beatrice Heuser reviews Britain's Europe: A Thousand Years of Conflict and Cooperation, by Brendan Simms.
Sneha Reddy reviews The Great War and the Middle East, by Rob Johnson.
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...
A panel discussion in honour of the seven RUSI members who were awarded the VC during the First World War.
RUSI is pleased to invite you to this event examining the future of UK sanctions policy following Brexit, kindly hosted by Dechert LLP.