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Recent British journal publications on Sputnik V have rocketed Russia’s vaccine diplomacy. The geopolitical ramifications of its wider rollout could be troubling.
Michael Hikari Cecire
The war in the South Caucasus has significant implications for regional politics and the wider liberal order.
In a world where technology is fundamental to both threats and opportunities ahead, it must be at the core of UK security and defence capabilities.
In a well-crafted speech to the Munich Security Conference, Boris Johnson went beyond ritual repetitions of ‘Global Britain’ slogans.
The Estonian Foreign Intelligence Service’s sixth annual risk assessment review was published this week. Its Director General summarises its main findings on Russia.
With Brexit and the transition period over, the UK has formally embarked on its independent sanctions regime. What work has been completed so far and what remains to be done?
There are a myriad of reasons why defence spending has not featured in the fiscal stimulus plan of the UK government, but chief among them is the limited ambition of the Ministry of Defence.
We should take collective global action to hold foreign terrorist fighters to account, prevent impunity, and reverse the growth and influence of global jihadism.
Martin Bricknell and Paul Cain
A clear understanding of modern military healthcare will lead to better policy.
A lecture by Caroline Haughey, barrister and member of the Prime Minister’s Modern Slavery Task Force.
Senior representatives from the main parties took part in a RUSI home affairs debate ahead of the election.
Admiral Sir Philip Jones KCB ADC on the the lessons of the Gallipoli Campaign and combined operations.