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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
The long relationship between the British and Pakistani armies is transforming, from one based mostly on pomp, ceremony and personal friendships, to one based on shared strategic interests.
The Irish government needs to engage the Unionists in Northern Ireland to find some way to prevent a hard border on the island.
John Hemmings and Jack Wright
As the UK looks to define a new global role for itself after Brexit, it should embrace India as a partner in upholding the rules-based, liberal international order.
Ali Özkök and Ömer Özkizilcik
Ankara is using its military presence in northern Syria to prevent Kurdish independence and have more of a say in a post-Assad future of the country. The problem is, its main allies, Iran and Russia, are pro-Assad.
Andrew Parker has issued a stark warning about the terror threat facing the UK. And it is only going to get worse with the collapse of Daesh.
Pakistan’s military is intensifying security cooperation with Russia. It is a remarkable and historic turnaround for two countries that for many decades considered each other rivals.
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 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...
This event will examine the use of financial investigation and financial tools in policing as a means of tackling organised crime.
RUSI hosted a panel to discuss Prof Theo Farrell’s new book ‘Unwinnable: Britain’s War in Afghanistan, 2001-2014’.