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This article proposes that ‘professional irregular’ forces would provide the Baltics with the best defence against Russian aggression.
As the fighting rages in the South Caucasus, the citizens of another frozen conflict watch with unease.
Edited by Jack Watling
Europe's medium powers face unavoidable tradeoffs when determining the future shape of their militaries.
With new amendments to Russia’s Law on Citizenship, the Kremlin is establishing a legal pretext to threaten or actually to use force based on a claim to protect Russian citizens resident in neighbouring states.
Claudia Wallner and Jessica White
Extremist groups across the ideological spectrum are capitalising on the uncertainty created by the pandemic.
Rebecca Lucas and Sneha Dawda
Increased public attention on the digital infrastructure underpinning healthcare systems during this pandemic is an excellent reason to boost its security.
Experience of the Helmand campaign provides lessons beyond counterinsurgency.
Andrew Monaghan reviews Russian Nuclear Orthodoxy: Religion, Politics and Strategy, by Dmitry Adamsky.
Rachael Gribble, Simon Wessely, Susan Klein, David A Alexander, Christopher Dandeker and Nicola T Fear
The Ministry of Defence’s idea of 'veteran' is far broader than the British public’s.
The Royal United Services Institute is delighted to host this timely exhibition, held in partnership with the Guards Museum, to mark the bicentenary of the Battle of Waterloo.
This event will bring together leading Chinese scholars and veteran British practitioners to consider the future of the UK and China's ballistic missile submarine forces and implications for...