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Karin von Hippel
RUSI's Director-General, Karin von Hippel, introduces a new series on Russia and China in Europe.
Veerle Nouwens and Raffaello Pantucci
The UK may escape serious Chinese retaliation for its decision to bar Huawei’s equipment. But that is no substitute for the elaboration of a coherent UK strategy towards China.
Conrad Prince and James Sullivan
The UK’s new approach to Huawei is more about the impact of US sanctions on supply rather than a fundamental rethink of technical security.
Ara Marcen Naval and Karolina MacLachlan
As states look to militaries to help combat the coronavirus outbreak, they risk empowering forces weakened by corruption and poor governance.
John Andreas Olsen
As NATO’s Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg announces the appointment of a group of experts to support his work in further strengthening the Alliance’s political dimension, this Commentary identifies six primary challenges.
Malcolm Chalmers and Will Jessett
The coronavirus pandemic could lead to new judgements on the UK’s spending priorities on defence and security.
To bolster the readiness of their forces, Central and Eastern European countries will need to modernise budgetary and organisational practices.
The UK is drifting away from the established pattern of periodic defence reviews.
Individual autonomy and decentralised decision-making may give Western militaries the advantage they need in the Information Age.