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Boris Johnson’s newly elected government has some big questions to answer about the country’s defence policy and global posture.
Amidst a challenging fiscal and security climate, the new government has an opportunity to develop a post-Brexit security and defence vision.
Hong Kong’s showdown with the central authorities in Beijing continues. And the dilemmas are only getting starker.
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam’s attempt at introducing a Fugitive Offenders Ordinance has harmed the interests of Hong Kong and China; it may also harm their relations with foreign countries.
By replacing its controversial ambassador in Belarus, Russia is signalling its readiness to accommodate Belarus’ sensitivities.
A lack of awareness-raising by governments and misinterpretation by the private sector mean efforts to restrict North Korea’s finances are failing.
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.
Duncan Depledge, Klaus Dodds and Caroline Kennedy-Pipe
For the UK, this once-benign region is heating up.
This year’s Gallipoli Memorial Lecture was delivered by His Excellency The Honourable Alexander Downer AC, Australian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom and Senior Associate Fellow, RUSI. Many...
RUSI is pleased to host the launch of Dr Antonio Giustozzi's latest book on the political history of the Afghan army, the first full-length expose on this vitally important institution.
In partnership with BAE Systems, UK PONI is pleased to host a seminar that will take an unclassified look at nuclear fuel cycle and weapons technology, before considering the significance of both...