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Good or bad, the so-called golden age of UK–China relations should be seen for what it was: a geopolitical wager.
This article proposes that ‘professional irregular’ forces would provide the Baltics with the best defence against Russian aggression.
A Cold War-era document provides a useful guide for a published framework for engaging Russia today.
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.
Legislation governing the wildlife trade in China has changed as a result of the current pandemic. Still, a great deal remains to be done.
The Arctic is increasingly linked to North Atlantic security issues.
Dheeraj P C and Trivun Sharma
The coronavirus outbreak has caused a severe crisis in the EU. More than the early warning systems, it is the political and economic disunity within the Union that requires urgent attention.
Artificial intelligence on the battlefield challenges key assumptions which underpin military planning.
In partnership with the Japan Institute for International Affairs (JIIA) and the Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), RUSI is delighted to host a half day event on the security...
This event will examine the role of Chinese Private Security Corporations and the impact that they have on security in fragile states.
A lecture by Dr Tobias Feakin, Director of National Security Programs, Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI).