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By replacing its controversial ambassador in Belarus, Russia is signalling its readiness to accommodate Belarus’ sensitivities.
The findings of Robert Mueller’s report demonstrate the sophistication of Russia’s information operations. Yet the 2016 US election may have been a proof of concept for future efforts.
The state of conflict imposes specific international legal rights and obligations on both Russia and Ukraine.
The current debate about Britain’s shrinking numbers of main battle tanks obscures the need for a much deeper discussion about the country’s strategic choices.
Jack Watling and Nicholas Waters
A considered evaluation of the potential of SUAVs is needed.
Israeli opinion generally regards the country’s efforts to contain Iran, especially in Syria, as having been successful. In fact, the trendline runs the other way: Iran is constraining Israel, entrenching all around the Jewish state.
Professor Michael Clarke, Director General of RUSI, gives his immediate assessment of the launch of the UK's SDSR, published alongside the National Security Strategy.
A major research project into military covenants and how signatories put their commitments into practice has today been announced by Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) and Nationwide Building...
Our next Under 35's Forum event will be a round table briefing followed by discussion led by RUSI's Russia and Eurasia Research Fellow, Emily Ferris
Professor Stanley R. Sloan will discuss his latest book, Transatlantic traumas: Has illiberalism brought the West to the brink of collapse?, which examines the external threats and internal...
This RUSI Under 35 Forum event explored the geopolitics of cyber attacks, with speakers including Taavi Rõivas, former Prime Minister of Estonia