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The pandemic preoccupies Europe. But the continent should not lose sight of potential new crises in the Middle East.
Bitter exchanges between Russia and Poland over the Second World War highlight the impact of historical memory on real-world security concerns.
The Syrian conflict shows that there are ever-more reasons for states choosing to use proxies.
Poland has improved its bilateral strategic links with the US by hosting an American-inspired conference on the future of the Middle East. But the conference did nothing to improve Western coherence.
Andrei Kortunov and Malcolm Chalmers
No single power can ‘fix’ the current turmoil in the Middle East. Still, there may be scope for Russia–Europe cooperation in managing the region’s ills.
Ukraine’s current predicament is a reminder of how Western governments have failed to anchor the country in existing security structures
Brian Holden Reid
Brian Holden Reid reviews Military Historian: My Part in the Birth and Development of War Studies, 1966–2016, by Brian Bond.
S P MacKenzie
Submariners were carefully selected for tasks based on their ability to perceive their surroundings.
Joel Rogers de Waal
A new survey of the British public shows both profound reverence and some striking ignorance towards Britain’s involvement in the Second World War.
A lecture by Rob Thompson, military historian, commemorating the life of Field Marshal Earl Haig of Bemersyde and the forces he commanded.
The Royal United Services Institute invites you to attend the book launch of Dr Hellyer's new publication: A Revolution Undone.
An event exploring the fight against Daesh with Michael Weiss, author of ISIS: Inside the Army of Terror