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Beatrice Heuser holds the Chair in International Relations at the University of Reading. She has degrees from the Universities of... read more
Russia’s armed forces are at the centre of the country’s efforts to win wars without using violence.
Beijing and Tokyo have developed a robust relationship to address the ongoing damage caused by Japan's abandoned chemical weapons.
Japan's activities in China form an important, but often underappreciated, part of the history of chemical weapons.
The incoming German coalition government will have much on its plate. But repairing or even sustaining relations with Turkey is one of Berlin’s most urgent challenges.
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.
Neil Kent reviews Sevastopol’s Wars: Crimea from Potemkin to Putin, by Mungo Melvin.
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.
This panel discussion will examine the latest developments in the Cyprus peace talks.
RUSI launched a new report that examines the potential for a second Korean War and the options for the UK to respond to what would be one of the most momentous strategic shocks of the post-Cold War...
A gripping 40-minute talk about two remarkable female spies and the man who ran them: an
animal-loving drop-out who went on to become MI5’s greatest spymaster.