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Sir Bernard Jenkin
If the UK ever did enjoy a ‘golden age’ with China, it is emphatically over now. The escalating anxiety about Western dependency on Huawei was in some ways but a harbinger of the present crisis.
The Arctic is increasingly linked to North Atlantic security issues.
Sarah Martin and Nick Reynolds
Officials from Donald Trump’s administration have now announced that the US will formally withdraw in six months from the Open Skies Treaty. The viability of multilateral confidence- and security-building measures is called into question.
As the UK charts a new foreign policy following its exit from the EU, strengthening relations with India is likely to be a key objective.
Kenneth Weisbrode and Heather H Yeung
Some thoughts on the current fad for pledges to enhance national resilience.
How the current pandemic may have an impact on Africa’s relations with, and attitudes to, China.
Emma De Angelis with Kristina Spohr
The Journal’s Editor, Emma De Angelis, interviews Kristina Spohr, author of Post Wall, Post Square: Rebuilding the World After 1989, on how the current era was forged after the Cold War.
Large debt payments threaten the future capabilities of the Spanish armed forces.
Elsa B Kania
The Chinese People’s Liberation Army is pursuing military innovation through investment in emerging technologies.
At this RUSI conference, representatives from the UK, Pakistan and China will discuss opportunities for collaboration on the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).
This conference examined European indecision toward Chinese behaviours and identified potential triggers for European defence and security activity in the Asia–Pacific region.
This conference explored how the UK and EU can maintain a long-standing defence and security relationship after Brexit.