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Trevor Taylor is Professorial Research Fellow in Defence Management at RUSI, where he heads up a research programme in Defence,... read more
Mungo Melvin reviews Blood, Metal and Dust: How Victory Turned into Defeat in Afghanistan and Iraq, by Ben Barry.
Will Jessett, Tom McKane and Peter Watkins
Three former senior officials deeply involved in managing the UK’s defences comment on the country’s latest Integrated Review, Defence Command Paper and the newly-released Defence and Security Industrial Strategy.
The Defence Command Paper places some big gambles on the UK military's future.
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.
New revelations about the links between the UK and US nuclear programmes raise as many questions as they provide answers.
William D James
The UK's turbulent domestic situation has implications for how the country faces external threats.
Peter Layton reviews The Grand Strategies of Great Powers, by Tudor A Onea.
Andrew Rathmell reviews The Dragons and the Snakes: How the West Learned to Fight the Rest, by David Kilcullen.
With the situation in the Middle East and Eastern Europe providing changing perceptions of how modern conflict can unfold, RUSI Research Fellow Peter Quentin predicts that 2017 will see a series of...
In this short video RUSI explores the increasingly significant role of the commercial sector in modern British defence capabilities. RUSI talks to a number of experts on how private industry is...
RUSI contributed to a joint study by European think tanks exploring the state of defence budgets in the UK. Professor John Louth, Director of RUSI's Defence, Industry and Society Programme was the...
Following the publication of the UK’s Strategic Defence and Security Review (SDSR), RUSI experts will be offering comprehensive analysis of the SDSR and what it means for UK defence and security
A lecture by Nia Griffith MP, Labour Member of Parliament for Llanelli and Shadow Secretary of State for Defence, House of Commons.
A lecture on recent advances in our understanding of how the brain has evolved, and a demonstration of how this offers a new way to look at conflict.
General Sir Nicholas Carter, Chief of the General Staff, elaborates on some of the increasingly real threats that pose a risk to the UK’s way of life. He considers the implications of the evolving...