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Professor Michael Clarke was Director-General of the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) from 2007 to 2015 when he retired from... read more
The Tempest programme should be recognised as central to the credibility of the UK's claim to be an independent military actor. This paper explores its risks and opportunities.
Anjuli Shere and Miranda Melcher
The power and independence of the Information Commissioner’s Office appear to have been overstated. Downing Street has built-in oversight of funds and coronavirus data is not being protected.
The return of a more predictable US administration will provide huge relief to America’s allies. But what came to pass over the past four years will not be easily forgotten.
As France celebrates its national day, the British Ambassador in Paris reflects on the state of relations between the two neighbours.
Conrad Prince and James Sullivan
The UK’s new approach to Huawei is more about the impact of US sanctions on supply rather than a fundamental rethink of technical security.
In the first in a series of articles, we explore the UK’s current attempt to operate a government-wide direction in its approval of major procurement projects.
Dusan Fischer reviews The Lion and the Eagle: The Interaction of the British and American Empires, 1783–1972, by Kathleen Burke
Jack Watling and Nicholas Waters
A considered evaluation of the potential of SUAVs is needed.
With competition for influence increasing, old tensions are being revived in the fragile Western Balkans. The West must avoid complacency and show leadership in resolving critical issues before they become dangerous.
UK PONI hosted a screening of the political drama 'War Book', followed by a Q...