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John Kiszely reviews The Bramall Papers: Reflections on War and Peace, by Field Marshal Lord Bramall.
The development of Russia's nuclear weapons programme suggests that the country may be prepared to use them to offset its conventional weaknesses.
The revived Russian threat brings NATO back to its roots at this year’s summit in Brussels, which might be the most important in the Alliance’s recent history.
As Lenin once quipped at a key turning moment in his revolution, chto delat? (What is to be done?). That is precisely the question facing the UK after the attempted assassination in Salisbury of Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia.
On Sunday, Russians vote in a presidential election that is in a effect a referendum on the performance of President Vladimir Putin.
On International Women’s Day, a member of RUSI’s staff offers some reflections on the constant struggle for a more adequate and equitable female representation in the defence and security sector.
The threat of significant Russian cyberattacks against Western energy infrastructure is an increasingly clear and present danger
In navigating its complex geopolitical environment, India should not allow its ties with Russia to weaken.
The far-right Freedom Party controls all security ministries in Austria’s new coalition. Should European partners be worried about security leaks to Russia?
This event will explore the impact of the upcoming European elections on the UK, and what the results might mean for British politics following the invocation of Article 50.
A seminar addressing the latest security situation in Kosovo and the Western Balkans.
This conference explored how the UK and EU can maintain a long-standing defence and security relationship after Brexit.